Andy Carroll is a target for two Chinese sides who are prepared to pay him up to £300,000-a-week, according to the Express.
The Express report that both Beijing Guoan and Guangzhou R&F are both keen on signing the West Ham centre-forward in the January transfer window.
Carroll has not scored since April, but that hasn’t put off potential suitors and if the Express are to be believed he could be off to the Chinese Super League to pick up an eye-watering £300,000-a-week.
West Ham could well be open to the deal too, with the Express claiming that both sides are prepared to pay as much as £20 million to secure Carroll’s signature.
The Hammers striker is is in the process of recovering from a knee injury that he picked up in August. He has only played four appearances for Slaven Bilic’s side this campaign, three of which came in the Europa League.