Andy Carroll 'feels very good' to make Newcastle return

Andy Carroll is back at Newcastle

Andy Carroll is back at Newcastle

The injury-plagued 30-year-old was a free agent after being released by West Ham United at the end of last season.

Fans were quick to air their hilarious reactions to Andy Carroll's Newcastle return after news broke that a deal was close.

For Newcastle, re-signing Andy Carroll would certainly be a feel-good signing for the club - and under the Mike Ashley era, any sort of feel-good moment would be welcomed by the Toon faithful. The club said they're "delighted" to announce the return of Carroll.

McCoist, who previously played at Sunderland and Scotland, is convinced that Carroll could turn out to be a great summer addition and raved about his qualities.

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However, if he can return to anywhere near the form he showed as he burst on to the first-team scene as a raw teenager, it could prove to be a risk well worth taking. "It's unfinished business. I left on a high and I want to come back to where I was, playing games, scoring goals and enjoying it really".

Carroll enjoyed a successful spell at Newcastle between 2006 and 2011, scoring 11 goals in 19 appearances in his final campaign.

"I need to bide my time, I have to get fit and get back in the game and work my way in", he said.

"I know it's home. What an exciting player for the Newcastle fans". "For me to get back where I was I think this is the only club for me".

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Carroll left Newcastle in January 2011, joining Liverpool for a fee of £35million after Fernando Torres' £50million move to Chelsea.

Manager Steve Bruce added: "To bring a local hero like Andy back to Newcastle United is fantastic". "He's very excited to be home. He gives us something different and we'll do our best to get him flying again".

Carroll will join club-record signing Joelinton to bolster the club's attack, while French winger Allan Saint-Maximin has also arrived at St. James' Park from Patrick Viera's OGC Nice.

Bruce will hope he can help to further plug the sizeable gap left by Salomon Rondon and Ayoze Perez, who contributed 23 league goals between them last season.

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