West Ham set to meet Carroll wage demands to seal deal

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carroll_fasemiAndy Carroll could become a permanent West Ham player by the end of the week with the Hammers set to offer the Liverpool striker a £100,000-a-week, six year contract, according to the Daily Mail.

This morning we reported what was holding up the completion of Carroll’s £15.5million move from Anfield to Upton Park – his apparent demands for a £20,000-a-week pay increase.

But now Sam Allardyce’s side are set to offer the 24-year-old striker a long-term contract that meets his demands.

Thursday morning’s Daily Mail newspaper reports:

The salary is understood to be supplemented by a pay off from Liverpool as part of the £15.5million transfer fee.

Quite what that means, or what figures are involved in that statement is anyone’s guess.

Liverpool accepted a bid for Carroll from West Ham around 2 weeks ago, but the former Newcastle Utd forward has been locked in personal negotiations with the club he spent the 2012/13 season on loan at.

Carroll scored 7 goals in his 22 appearances for West Ham and Allardyce has always signalled his intentions to make the deal permanent.

Carroll is currently sidelined for the summer with a heel injury, but this has not deterred the East London club from pursuing his signature.

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