New Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers is willing to let England international striker Andy Carroll leave Anfield on loan if he cannot fit into the way the former Swansea City boss sees his Reds team playing, the
Rodgers denied that there had been any confirmed interest in signing Carroll as yet but admitted if he felt a temporary move away from Merseyside was the best thing for all parties, he would not stand in Carroll’s way. It had been suggested Serie A side Milan were interested in a year-long move for the former Newcastle United player.
“It’s something I would have to look at,” Rodgers said, adding: “I’m not going to sit here and say I will never let anyone go on loan. There are many things to going on loan. Is it beneficial for the club, that’s the most important thing?”
Carroll moved to Liverpool from Newcastle in January 2011 for a fee of £35m. The 23-year-old has scored 11 goals in 56 appearances for Liverpool, ending last season with nine goals in 47 games under Kenny Dalglish. Carroll also scored once at Euro 2012, against Sweden, making three appearances in the tournament.
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