Andy Carroll being lined up by Everton in £20m deal that would bring him back to Merseyside

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RONALD KOEMAN wants Andy Carroll to make a £20million return to Merseyside in January.

Everton’s under-fire boss has the West Ham striker top of his list to finally replace Romelu Lukaku.

 Andy Carroll is being lined up by Everton in a £20m swoop

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Andy Carroll is being lined up by Everton in a £20m swoop
 Andy Carroll is being lined up as the man to replace Romelu Lukaku at Goodison Park

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Andy Carroll is being lined up as the man to replace Romelu Lukaku at Goodison Park

The club’s failure to land a frontman after pocketing £75m selling Lukaku to Manchester United sparked tension between Koeman, director of football Steve Walsh and Goodison chairman Bill Kenwright.

Injury-hit Carroll, 28, joined Hammers from Liverpool four years ago having spent 18 months at Anfield following a £35m move from Newcastle.

He missed the start of the season with a groin problem but made his comeback in last month’s win over Huddersfield.

Carroll has 18 months left on his £110,000-a-week deal and West Ham could be prepared to look at a cash deal if they get the right offer in January.

Everton face Burnley on Sunday having won just twice in the Premier League this season.

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