West Ham United flop Andy Carroll allegedly could be set for a move to Club Brugge in the summer transfer window.
That’s according to a report from The Daily Mail who claim that Carroll, 33, is currently in talks with the Belgian outfit over a potential move to The Jan Breydel Stadium.
The striker joined the Hammers initially on loan from Liverpool in the summer of 2012, before making his switch a permanent one the following year for around £15 million (BBC Sport).
Unfortunately for Carroll though, he really struggled with injuries during his time in East London.
The 6ft 4in hitman scored just 34 goals in 142 appearances for West Ham (Transfermarkt).
He finally left in the summer of 2019, linking up with former club Newcastle on a free transfer. Carroll has since gone on to play for Reading and West Brom but he is now a free agent.
And it seems as though the 33-year-old could be set for a move to yet another club…
Andy Carroll can talks with Club Brugge
The target man striker is in discussions with the Belgian champions about a potential summer transfer according to a report from The Daily Mail.
If he does join them, he will be in contention for Champions League football next season – a quite remarkable turnaround for Carroll.
The 33-year-old had all of talent in the world but injuries just ruined his chances of having any kind of career in the Premier League.
Perhaps he will get a chance to ply his trade at the very highest level in the game now and it’s nothing more than Carroll deserves after some of the rotten luck he’s had with injuries.
If Andy Carroll does join Club Brugge this summer, there may well be some West Ham fans who are interested in watching the Belgian side’s games in Europe next term.