West Ham football club have rejected three Chinese clubs’ bids that are interested in signing striker Andy Carroll who is an interesting player on the football pitch.
As posited by Evening Standard, Tianjin Quanjian, Hebei China Fortune and Shandong Luneng Taishan all enquired about Carroll’s availability before today’s transfer deadline but West Ham have no intention of selling the 28-year-old.
However, the former Newcastle and Liverpool hitman has been plagued by injury since joining West Ham, first on loan from Anfield and then in a £17.5million deal in 2013.
Notwithstanding, Carroll was expected to resume training today after a groin injury and manager Slaven Bilic is optimistic he will be fit for next Monday’s home clash with Chelsea.
According to Evening Standard which states that before his latest problem, Carroll had been in fine form, scoring four goals in his last four games.
Moreover, West Ham need him to face the title favourites, since they will be without the suspended Michail Antonio after his sending off in the 1-1 draw at Watford.