Andy Carroll reportedly offered £300,000 per week by two Chinese clubs
Two Chinese clubs are willing to offer West Ham £20 million for Andy Carroll and make him one of the highest paid players in the world, The Sunday Express reports.
Beijing Guoan and Guangzhou R&F are hoping to lure the former Newcastle striker to the Chinese Super League in January and could pay him as much as £300,000 per week.
The striker was victim to an attempted robbery during the week and is said to be seriously considering such a move.
Carroll, 27, has featured in just one Premier League game this season, having picked up a knee injury after the opening week.