Andy Carroll 'disappointed' in Liverpool exit rumours

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Andy Carroll's agent and Newcastle have denied claims linking the striker back to the Magpies from Liverpool.

Liverpool striker Andy Carroll is believed to be unhappy with speculation linking him with a switch back to Newcastle United, while the Magpies have denied any interest in the forward.

Reports have claimed that the Merseyside club are willing to sell the Geordie frontman for £10m, despite paying £35m for his services last January.

Newcastle's managing director Derek Llambias has denied any contact with the Reds over the re-signing of Carroll, while the player's agent has refuted suggestions Liverpool want to offload the striker, according to Sky Sports News.

It is understood that the 22-year-old believes that the rumours are disrespectful towards Reds boss Kenny Dalglish and distracting from Liverpool's first leg of the Carling Cup against Manchester City tonight.

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