Liverpool head coach Brendan Rodgers could bring on-loan striker Andy Carroll back to play for the club as an impact player next season.
Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers is mulling over bringing a £35 million striker to the club this summer, and whilst that sounds tremendously exciting, it is the one that they already own.
The player in question is Andy Carroll, sent on loan to West Ham United this season after failing to impress Rodgers, and according to the Daily Mirror, he will be offered the chance to return to Anfield this summer.
However, the opportunity is not as a first choice player.
Rodgers has reportedly discussed the idea of Carroll purely playing the role of impact substitute for Liverpool, as he favours a quick and short passing game between quick and short players who can pass.
Furthermore, there is ...