It’s not been the best of seasons for the West Ham United fans in the Transfer Tavern during their first campaign in their new home, though relegation fears have largely subsided of late.
The Hammers can now at least enjoy the rest of this year in a relatively pressure-free environment, though that hasn’t stopped debate raging amongst our east London locals following reports from the Daily Mail.
They claim the Irons have REJECTED lucrative offers from the Chinese Super League for striker Andy Carroll, despite recent reports suggesting top brass at the London Stadium were open to selling the towering marksman.
Considering their relatively low options for the central attacking berth, the idea of seeing the 28-year-old depart outside of the English transfer window is a scary one for our punters clad in claret and blue.
Tianjin Quanjian, Hebei China Fortune and Shandong Luneng were reportedly keen on luring him to the Far East, though offers from the CSL are understood to have been rebuffed as their window slammed shut.
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