Andy Carroll 'will only stay at West Ham United if Sam Allardyce is boss'

Andy Carroll
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Andy Carroll will reportedly only make his loan move to West Ham United permanent if Sam Allardyce is kept on as manager.

On-loan Liverpool striker Andy Carroll will reportedly only stay at West Ham United if Sam Allardyce remains the manager next season.

Reports have suggested that there is a deal in place for the Hammers to sign the Reds forward for £17m should they stay up, but The People says that Carroll will only make the move permanent if Allardyce is the manager next season.

Carroll's days at Anfield appear numbered after Brendan Rodgers allowed the former Newcastle United man to leave on loan when he arrived in the summer.

Carroll is Liverpool's record transfer buy after they splashed out £35m for him in January 2011.

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