The name of Andy Carroll was frequently mentioned during the month of January 2011 and while it’s unclear as to how much interest there really was on Spurs’ part, the final transfer fee paid by Liverpool at £35 million would have ended any speculation.

Move forward nearly two years and the forward has had a dismal time at Anfield and despite earning some praise at West Ham, the player has yet to score for his loan club. The forward’s loan at Upton Park runs until the end of the season but that hasn’t stopped further rumours about a permanent sale to White Hart Lane.

Carroll’s goal to game ratio since joining Liverpool is in the region of one in six although his transfer price is believed to have dropped to £17m as a result. Many will be therefore hoping that this is just paper talk but would you welcome such a deal?

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  1. Well it ain’t going to happen anytime soon…he’s already played for 2 sides in the Prem this season, so can’t play for a 3rd until next season…and West Ham have first option on buying him in the Summer.

  2. Spurs are not “Linked” to Andy Carroll. The Daily Mail invented a fictitious story about us wanting him in January ans had to hurriedly change it when it was pointed out you couldn’t register for 3 clubs in the same year.

    That clearly shows it is total invention by a reporter and not the “link” idiots like you fall for.

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