Andy Carroll is said to be ecstatic after finally being able to end his Liverpool nightmare as he has signed a six-year contract with West Ham after completing a medical on Tuesday.
Carroll told the official Hammers website: “It’s fantastic, I really enjoyed it here last season and that shows with me coming back and making it permanent. The fans, the lads and the club in general have been great to me and what I wanted to do was to come back here and play football.”
The towering striker has cost the Hammers somewhere in the region of £15.5m, meaning that Liverpool have lost £20m in offloading the target man, and the West Ham website has described Carroll as the club’s “marquee signing” who “represents a significant step for the club.” The Englishman scored seven goals in his 24 appearances during his loan spell at Upton Park last season.
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