Liverpool has accepted a $3 million offer from West Ham United to take England international striker Andy Carroll on loan for the 2012-2013 season.
It remains to be seen whether Carroll, who has scored 11 goals in 56 appearances since joining Liverpool in January 2011 for $51 million, will take up the loan move offer from the London club.
Carroll previously stated he wants to stay at Liverpool on a permanent basis with the Reds having already rejected a bid from Newcastle United to re-sign the player.
There is an option to make the move permanent for $25.5 million, provided the Hammers stay in the Premier League.
Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers has said that he would not consider a loan move for Carroll but looks to have changed his tune after the signing of Italian striker Fabio Borini from AS Roma.
Liverpool chairman Tom Werner claims manager Brendan Rodgers has made "remarkable progress" during his first year in charge.