Andy Carroll wants to speak with Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers abouthis future after it was revealed the new boss could let the England striker leave on loan this summer, the
Carroll is not thought to want to leave Anfield but Rodgers’ comments sparked a storm of interest, with West Ham United, Fulham and Carroll’s former club Newcastle United all linked with a temporary signing. Italian side Milan are also said to be in the frame for the loan of the forward.
The Mail adds that David Gold, co-owner of West Ham, has confirmed that the Hammers manager Sam Allardyce wants to sign Carroll, while Newcastle boss Alan Pardew was non-committal over his interest but did reveal his admiration for the former Magpies player. Meanwhile, Fulham could play on Liverpool’s interest in Clint Dempsey in their effort to bring Carroll to Craven Cottage, with a swap deal involving the United States international mooted.
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