Andy Carroll: Newcastle make loan offer to Liverpool for striker

Newcastle have made a bid to sign Liverpool striker Andy Carroll on loan, with a view to a permanent move.
New Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers said he could loan Carroll out, suggesting the 23-year-old would not be part of his Anfield plans.

And Newcastle want to bring back a player they sold to the Reds for £35m in January 2011.
West Ham co-owner David Gold has also said the Upton Park club would be interested in signing Carroll.
Carroll struggled with Liverpool until belatedly showing form and goals towards the end of last season.
He headed the winner for Liverpool against Blackburn, while also scoring against Everton in a FA Cup semi-final win and the 2-1 loss to Chelsea in the final.
He also scored for England at Euro 2012 in a win against Sweden, but he appears to have fallen out of favour at Anfield.
Rodgers signed striker Fabio Borini from Roma earlier this week in his first signing since taking over as Liverpool manager.

He is also planning contract talks to keep Uruguayan forward Luis Suarez at Anfield but he has been less committal when talking about Carroll's future.  (BBC.co.uk)


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