Carroll will fly into the country for his physical assessment tomorrow.
Andy Carroll looks set to complete his £15 million move from Liverpool to West Ham tomorrow according to The Evening Standard.
The striker has been away on holiday but is coming back tomorrow to have his medical with West Ham.
Carroll spent last season on loan at West Ham and had a fairly successful season at Upton Park, forming an impressive partnership with former Newcastle team mate Kevin Nolan.
West Ham submitted a bid of £15 million for Carroll at the end of the season but the striker took awhile to think about the move.
Many believed his preferred destination was to former club Newcastle but the club refused to pay more than £10 million for Carroll, a bid that Liverpool would never accept.
Liverpool signed Carroll from Newcastle in 2011 for £35 million, a transfer record for an English player.
Carroll seemed to struggle with the expectation of the transfer fee and also had his problems with injury, meaning he never hit top form at Anfield.
Liverpool are set to lose £20 million after accepting the bid for Carroll but the Reds boss Brendan Rodgers will be happy that the club have gained some money for him to spend on his transfer targets.