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Feverish speculation surrounding the future of Liverpool’s record purchase of £35 million forward Andy Carroll.

It is well-known that new Reds Manager, Brendan Rodgers does not believe that the big Geordie features in his plans for a new pass and move Liverpool.

The Irish Manager, however, is not willing to let such an expensive player just go out on loan and is looking for £20 million from suitors such as West Ham & Newcastle United to pay up front for the England International.

After an injury-hit start to his Anfield career, Carroll showed his promise towards the end of last Season scoring 9 goals that term.

Rodgers may want to move the player on but Carroll is somewhat reluctant to leave Liverpool.

However, following talks with the Liverpool boss ahead of the friendly with Spurs in Baltimore on Saturday, Carroll has reluctantly accepted that his future lies away from Liverpool.

Is it wise of Liverpool to get rid of Carroll?
I think we should keep the lad, now he is injury-free.
He showed what he is all about towards the end of last Season including a goal against Chelsea in the FA Cup final defeat.



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