‘Delighted’: Free-agent has a new club after Wolves decided against deal


Andy Carroll has rejoined the Post after Wolverhampton Wanderers are considering giving the former Liverpool, West Ham and Newcastle United striker a fresh start in the Premier League, per The Post.

It’s not a good look for a club to empty the market for free agents just days after the transfer window closes.

But while Wolves’ interest in Carroll – and the signing of Diego Costa – has raised eyebrows, it was more the result of misfortune than mismanagement.

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After all, Wolves probably didn’t expect to lose Sasa Kajadzic to an ACL injury after just 45 minutes of football at Old Gold. The Austrian will be out of business until 2023.

With Raul Jimenez also struggling, Kalajdzic’s worst season has been due to an injury-induced injury that left Bruno Lage without a single key forward before Diego Costa’s return to English soil.

Wolves select Diego Costa for Andy Carroll

According to The Mirror, Wolves have been eyeing former Three Lions ace Timi Carroll as a back-up option, as they believe their pursuit of Costa could be hampered by work permit issues.

The 33-year-old has returned to Reading to take revenge; looking to build on the two goals he scored in the short term at the Madejski last season.

“I’m delighted to have Andy with us,” Royals boss Paul Ince said. “Obviously, a striker of his caliber will give us strength and fight at the top of the pitch. I’m sure that will translate into goals.

He is a leader, on and off the field. In training with us all this week, I have seen the positive influence he has on the players. And the praise he gives to fans.

“Andy is an attacker with pedigree,” said Head of Football Operations, Mark Bowen. “Above all, Andy is a professional. So I’m glad he chose to come back to Reading!

The arrival of Timi Carroll followed the failure of another former British Royal; Southampton’s forgotten man Theo Walcott.

The Wolves, however, are now looking at another free agent. Jason Denayer is without a club after leaving Lyon in July.

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