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[Video] Andy Carroll speaks to West Ham TV after joining the Irons from Liverpool for £15.5m
Andy Carroll has completed a transfer from Liverpool to West Ham United on Wednesday.
Carroll has joined the Irons for a reported £15.5 million plus £2 million of extras, and the 24-year-old striker is rumoured to have secured a six-year contract with the Hammers. Rumours that Carroll will receive £100,000 a week in wages remain unconfirmed.
Carroll was on loan at Upton Park last season, where the England international scored seven goals in 24 games.
Liverpool are taking a £20 million hit on Andy Carroll the deal after they signed the striker for £35 million back in 2011.
After sealing his move to the Eastenders, Andy Carroll spoke exclusively to West Ham TV where the striker called the move “fantastic.”
Watch Andy Carroll’s interview with West Ham TV below, along with all his goals for the Irons in 2012-13.
- Updated: June 19, 2013