Carroll on the verge of West Ham Move, Reds sign Samed Yesil
The News Desk just got word that Andy Carroll’s mooted season long loan to West Ham United could be back on. With just 1 day left in the transfer window, the Hammers have brought the deal back to life by once again tabling an offer for the out of favor striker. Earlier in the day, Liverpool confirmed that they’ve had a £1mil bid accepted for Bayer Leverkusen striker Samed Yesil. The Turkish wonderkid has been highly rated in some circles and had attracted interest from Arsenal earlier in the window.
With Luis Suarez signing a new deal and Fabio Borini coming in from AS Roma, Carroll has played a minimal role under new Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers and his most recent comments about Andy being third choice aren’t going to encourage him to stick around despite wanting to fight for his Anfield future. West Ham has agreed to pay £1mil of Carroll’s wages during the loan spell and, if they avoid relegation, to purchase the striker for £17mil. Adam Morgan will be starting up top when Liverpool face Hearts within the next few hours as Carroll ponders a move to London.
6 thoughts on “Carroll on the verge of West Ham Move, Reds sign Samed Yesil”
Carroll should stick to his guns, Rodgers will be sacked by the time the next transfer window opens anyway. Complete amateur.
Good move for all involved, Carroll will get regular football, West Ham will improve their Squad, Liverpool will get rid of a player they have no plans for and hopefully England can get the benefit.
So you are a fan not a supporter? #neverbeentoanfield
He is not Turkish. He is German. He just has a Turkish sounding name.
You’re both wrong. He’s of Turkish descent, born in Germany.