The news wasn’t overly surprising, given that Rodgers seemed to think that Carroll's playing style did not fit with Liverpool. Still, the mere £1 million, combined with Carroll’s salary for the year, was a low price for West Ham to pay.
This is coming just two seasons after Liverpool purchased Carroll from Newcastle with a £35 million bid.
The move by Liverpool showed a clear intent to save money and get Andy Carroll out of town. That should make it obvious that Carroll’s loan to West Ham will spell the end of his brief career with the Reds.
This article will go through exactly what Carroll's loan means for his LFC future.