Big forward has not impressed on loan in the East End.
On loan West Ham United front man Andy Carroll looks like returning to his employers Liverpool at the end of the current campaign, reports the Sun.
The giant England international attacker is at present spending a season long loan at Upton Park from Anfield, a deal that was made at the beginning of this campaign with a view to the centre forward then signing on in the East End of London on a permanent deal worth a reported £17 million.
However, for that deal to definitely take place this summer, West Ham head coach Sam Allardyce would need to be completely convinced about the forward’s long term value to the relegation threatened Premier League club.
And, as yet it appears as though that is not the case with the 24 year old player having played only the 15 matches for the Hammers to date, and in the process finding the back of the net on just the three occasions, while Carroll has also been suffering from a number of debilitating injuries as well during his time at the club that have affected his progress.
As such, Carroll now looks like returning back to Anfield this summer.