Report: West Ham to listen to offers for Andy Carroll this summer

West Ham will be looking to sell Andy Carroll this summer.

West Ham will listen to offers for Andy Carroll this summer, the Sun reports.

The 27-year-old striker has spent the majority of this season injured on the sidelines, and he has quickly dropped down the pecking order under Slaven Bilic.

It is obvious that he has talent, and is a useful asset for the Hammers, but when he has managed just seven Premier League starts this season, he is not going to be a first-choice forward.

Diafra Sakho, Emmanuel Emenike and Enner Valencia are all ahead of Carroll in Bilic’s plans, and the Sun report claims that West Ham want to sign both Michy Batshuayi and Zlatan Ibrahimovic this summer.

This will make Carroll surplus to requirements, and they club are willing to sell him at the end of this season.

They will listen to offers for the forward, although it is not known whether any clubs are currently interest in the English international.

Carroll has played 74 times for the Hammers, but his recent career has been blighted by injuries which have affected his reputation.

He is not going to be particularly in demand due to his injury issues, and West Ham would do well to sell him at all, let alone for a large price.

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