Andy Carroll intends to meet Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers to discuss his future at Anfield, with the striker keen to be part of the new manager’s plans despite suggestions that he could leave this summer.
Whether Carroll will fit into Rodgers’ playing style is a subject of conjecture, with the manager hailed for the passing game he employed at Swansea City.
Carroll, a target man, has struggled for form since his £35 million transfer from Newcastle to the Reds in January 2011, and recent speculation has claimed a loan deal could be the offing.
AC Milan have been linked with a move while, on Wednesday, West Ham confirmed they intend to propose a season-long loan agreement, although a source told ESPN the Hammers have around a “10%” chance of the approach being successful.
The big, burly Liverpool striker will be speaking to the new Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers about his future at Anfield. Carroll, who is currently enjoying his holidays, will meet Rodgers and discuss the plans for his future at Liverpool.
There have been rumors linking the striker with AC Milan & Tottenham Hotspur, while recently West Ham United were also linked with the striker.
But the player wants to stay at Liverpool and prove his worth to Brendan Rodgers.