West Ham and Liverpool agree terms for Andy Carroll

  • by Staff Writer
  • Tuesday, 21st May 2013

England international Andy Carroll is on the verge of signing a permanent deal with West Ham after it was revealed that the two clubs had reached agreement on a fee.

Liverpool, who had originally demanded ?17million for a player who just two years ago cost them a record-breaking ?35million, are believed to have accepted an offer of around ?15million from West Ham for the 24-year-old.

And it is understood that the decision now lies with Carroll, who ended his season-long loan spell with West Ham against Reading on Sunday.

The 6'3" striker - who withdrew from the latest England squad earlier today through injury - became a huge fans' favourite at the Boleyn Ground following a string of committed performances.

In 24 appearances for West Ham last season, Carroll scored a total of seven goals.

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