Andy Carroll spotted at St James’ Park – See pictures & video footage of him arriving here

Footage has emerged of Andy Carroll arriving at St James’ Park as he prepares to complete a sensational return to Newcastle United.

This comes after it was confirmed earlier today that the 30-year-old had agreed personal terms and passed a medical, with the free-agent set to sign an initial one-year deal with the club.

Here’s a few clips of him arriving on Tyneside just after 3pm today, with him believed to be inside the car shown pulling into St James’ Park below:

The Chronicle’s Simon Greener has also captured a picture of the striker by the pitch at St James’ Park just moments later:

It looks like he’ll sign an initial ONE-year contract, with him said to have agreed to a low basic wage which includes appearance and goal based incentives.

He’s said to be ‘a few weeks away’ from regaining full match fitness, meaning we’re unlikely to see him play this month, however it looks like he’s all set to finally complete a return to the club over 8 years on from his £35m move to Liverpool.

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10 thoughts on “Andy Carroll spotted at St James’ Park – See pictures & video footage of him arriving here

  1. I hope it works out for him.

    I have zero enthusiasm for the way the club is run.
    It lacks the ambition needed for a club of its size.
    I do blame Ashley. He’s not been fair with the SD/NUFC relationship and his policy of gambling on youngsters from foreign leagues and expecting them to perform against seasoned pro’s is doomed.
    We’ll be back to not trying hard enough, 5-0 hammerings and record losing streaks. Booing crowds etc

    Rafa knew what he was doing keeping it very tight at the back, it builds confidence not being beaten by 5 or 6, or sneaking a 0-0 away at a ‘top’ club.

    Great plan being expansive … its exciting until the players fail to score 2 or 3 and we start leaking stupid goals at the other end. Then it just leaches confidence.
    You can’t play expansive football if your defence and midfield are scared to go forward.

    Should be fun .. I’ll look out for the scores.

    Howay the Lads


  2. I was devastated when we sold A.C. but it proved to be a good bit of business. I don’t think him coming back now is about business it’s passion on Andys part.
    Wish him all the luck in the world
    Welcome back


  3. Not quite a zero hours contract which fat Mike loves so much, but perhaps is the closest you can get in football. Hope he does the business when he’s fit tho.


  4. It can’t be worse than having to rely on Joselu to come on for the last 10 minutes. Carroll still can have the role as the impact sub, even if he is not fit enough to start games. The roof will lift off the first time he comes on with the black and white shirt. Welcome back, lad. I haven’t forgotten you forced the club to sell by submitting a written transfer request. But at least you’re coming home.

    Imagine we could have Carroll, Longstaff, Longstaff and Dummett in the team. Four geordies. SBR would be so proud.


  5. AC is the low cost, low risk bet who will get the emotional response the club needs should he string together a good run of games. AC is no longer that quick or skilful but remains awkward enough to trouble defences prone to panic. Totally bemused by NUFC transfer policy since loss of RB: is AC their mystery man? One correction: this is not a zero hours contract when it’s incentivised by bonus payments for goals. This is a good business deal.


  6. Big welcome back Andy, shame still getting muppets going on about Ashley, Sure this site is Full of Sunderland supporters, we might just see some descent games now, dreadful the last two seasons under Rafa.


  7. Sick of moaning fans banging on about things that we are stuck with. MA is a very unlikeable man, but we are stuck with him and most of the time he keeps out of the way. He owns the club, and unless every member of the crowd stumps up a minimum of £7k each then he’s the owner, Andy that’s that. I don’t understand the idolisation of Rafa. Watching him park the bus with a line striker up front was soul destroying. And his decisions over Mbabu, Joselu, Kenedy to name a few were plain wrong. Let’s get behind the team, let’s have a right go every week, especially at home and entertain the fans. It’s time to stop moaning and get in with it.


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