Pardew feels Andy Carroll will be sold

Newcastle manager Alan Pardew feels that Andy Carroll’s future at Liverpool is doomed, and that the England international will be sold this summer.

The Anfield club have replaced Kenny Dalglish with Brendan Rodgers this summer, with the Northern Irish boss looking to revamp the Reds’ playing squad.

Carroll is seemingly not part of Rodgers’ plans, and has been linked with a move away from Merseyside.

Despite the new trainer stating that Carroll will not leave on loan, a transfer may well be in order, and Pardew has stated that he does not see the striker staying at Liverpool for much longer.

“It’s a delicate situation,” Pardew told the Hartlepool Mail.

“It’s a transfer that I’m not particularly involved in, and it’ll stay like that. I think that it’ll still be a board level thing between Liverpool and whichever club takes Andy.

“I think that the writing is on the wall that Andy will go out of there in the summer. We’re just keeping a close eye on it.

“I thought that Alan Shearer’s comments were correct. There aren’t many clubs that Andy Carroll can go to. He needs to be a success this time,” Pardew concluded.

Newcastle have been linked with a move for their former attacker but as yet there has been no news over progress of a deal.

By Gareth McKnight

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