West Ham to listen to offers for out of sorts striker in January


West Ham are facing a huge fight over the course of the remainder of the season, with the Hammers sat in the bottom-three and flirting with relegation.

The East London side have won just two games this season, which led to the sacking of Slaven Bilic in January, and the appointment of David Moyes didn’t lead to immediate improvements as his side lost to Watford last weekend.

One of the players highly criticised after that defeat was experienced striker Andy Carroll, who has struggled to find form this season and has often crossed the line with his play, already earning one red card and being fortunate to avoid another in the defeat to the Hornets.

Now, according to independent and respected West Ham site Claret & Hughit’s reported that the Hammers are ready to listen to any offers for the 28-year-old striker in January.

Since moving to the club in 2013, Carroll has struggled to find consistency in East London and it looks increasingly likely that his time at the London Stadium will be brought to a close.

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