Andy Carroll has passed his medical at West Ham United ahead of his proposed £15million move from Liverpool.
Hammers co-chairman David Gold once again took to Twitter to announce the success of the England international’s physical examination, which had originally been expected to take place on Wednesday.
Gold had previously announced that the club were closing in on a deal for the 24 year old on the social media site last week.
Carroll spent the majority of last season on loan with the London club, where he scored seven goals in twenty-four league appearances.
Kenny Dalglish signed the former Newcastle United man for a British record transfer fee of £35million in January 2011, though he scored just six goals during his time with the five-time European Champions.
Carroll is set to become the clubs third signing of the close season, having already secured the free transfers of Spanish goalkeeper Adrian and Romania captain Razvan Rat.