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West Ham 'considering offering Andy Carroll incentivised contract'

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West Ham 'are considering offering injury-cursed Andy Carroll a new contract' despite the striker completing just one full match this season.

Carroll, 30, is about to come to the end of a six-year contract and the expectation was that the Hammers would cut him loose.

Carroll has reportedly cost them £6million this year alone in wages and medical bills while playing a mere 568 minutes of football.

According to The Sun, West Ham are considering offering Carroll a new deal amid sympathy for his plight, albeit one that would be heavily incentivised for appearances and goals.

A West Ham source told the paper: 'There's an argument for it.

Carroll is determined to be back to full fitness for the start of next season and is ready to embark on a gruelling training regime away from England this summer.

Carroll has scored 34 goals in 142 games for West Ham since arriving from Liverpool, initially on loan, in August 2012.

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