Reports claim that the injury-plagued striker, who scored five goals in 14 appearances for the Hammers last season, was all set to move to the Spanish club before West Ham’s search for a replacement hit a wall.
The Hammers are keen on a deal for Simone Zaza - but Juventus have now pulled the plug on that transfer, and the Premier League club don’t want to part the Englishman as a result.
Instead, Sevilla have completed a move for Fernando Llorente from the Italian champions, with the Spanish international returning to La Liga on a deal worth a reported £75,000 per week.
This means Carroll will remain at Upton Park, where he will seek to get his career back on track following a string of serious injuries and fitness issues.
According to BBC Sport, the 26-year-old could return from injury against former club Newcastle United on 14 September after recommencing first-team training.