Striker Andy Carroll has left Liverpool for West Ham in a £15m transfer.
Liverpool have accepted a 15 million pound offer from West Ham for their striker Andy Carroll. He was signed by Kenny Dalglish for a club record fee of 35 million pounds back in 2011. But he's spent most of this season on loan at the Hammers.
Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers is convinced Andy Carroll can again become a goal machine, just not necessarily at Anfield.
Newcastle manager Alan Pardew has warned Liverpool FC will need to take a big financial hit if they want to sell Andy Carroll.
The striker's future has been up in the air since the arrival of new Reds manager Brendan Rodgers.
Newcastle only want to re-sign Carroll for a fraction of the £35m they sold him for last year.
Meanwhile Liverpool have opened negotiations with Swansea over a deal for midfielder Joe Allen, but their opening bid has been rejected.
Andy Carroll could be closer to a move to Newcastle but will it be permanent?