The Mirror have reported that West Ham may cash in heavily during the summer by selling Andy Carroll to a Chinese Super League club.
The report has suggested that Chinese clubs are willing to pay up to £32 million for the England international and that West Ham may be prepared to listen to offers.
The Hammers striker has faced numerous injury problems this season in addition to displaying great form at times and he has also been inconsistent.
Considering that Carroll is 28-years-old and tends to struggle with his fitness, the offer from China may be the Hammers last chance to cash in on a sale for the towering striker.
The potential money that West ham gain from a Carroll sale could also be used to help finance a purchase for a quality striker, which is what Slaven Bilic’s side have been lacking over recent years.
Therefore, it is likely that if the Chinese clubs offer an appealing sum of money, Carroll will be sold.