The Toffees have largely struggled to replace Romelu Lukaku and have been linked with a number of names over the past couple of weeks.
The Goodison-based club failed to land a frontman to replace the £75 million worth Manchester United man which resulted in only two Premier League wins this season and an utterly blunt blade upfront for Ronald Koeman.
The Dutch manager is losing the vote of confidence with the Everton board as English media report that current situation in the club has sparked plenty of tension between Koeman and director of football Steve Walsh.
Everton will try to mend things in January when they are expected to make a move for a classic striker and that’s where West Ham forward Andy Carroll steps in.
Injury-plagued former Newcastle and Liverpool man missed the start of the season but made his comeback for the Hammers last month.
He still has 18 months in his deal with the London club and Hammers could choose to cash in on the striker in January.
A £20 million winter offer is being mooted in the British press.
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