Andy Carroll is reportedly not for sale, despite speculation suggesting that West Ham United were preparing to sell the centre-forward.
West Ham United reportedly have no intention of parting with club-record signing Andy Carroll during the January transfer window.
Recent speculation had suggested that the Hammers had offered Newcastle United the opportunity to re-sign the centre-forward.
However, the 25-year-old is still a key part of manager Sam Allardyce's plans at Upton Park, according to the London Evening Standard.
Carroll joined West Ham from Liverpool for £15m last summer, but injuries limited him to just 16 appearances in all competitions during the 2013-14 campaign, while he is yet to feature this season.
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