After his forgettable time at Liverpool, former Newcastle striker Andy Carroll completed a loan move to West Ham before joining the Hammers permanently in 2013.
He was expected to rediscover his Newcastle form at West Ham but several injuries have got the better side of him as he has made just 86 appearances in four-and-a-half years.
Surprisingly, Chelsea Manager, Antonio Conte has been reported to be interested in bringing the England International to Stamford Bridge despite his numerous challenges to add another option to his attacking department.
However, former Liverpool midfielder, Craig Bellamy drew upon his time together with Carroll at Anfield and insisted that the striker isn’t a man for Chelsea.
He openly criticized Conte’s interest in him [Carroll] as he believes the forward lacks the mental strength to compete in a top club.
In his words, while speaking with Sky Sports, Bellamy said: “I don’t believe he worked hard enough to be the player he wanted to come.
“I saw Jordan Henderson going through a difficult period and he trained and trained.
“I never felt that was the case with Andy.
“He went to gym and felt stiff – he didn’t have the pain barrier. Some of the injuries are that he doesn’t look after himself.
“I feel that is always the case. He doesn’t have the mentality or drives to be a top player, to be at Chelsea levels or be at Liverpool for more than one season.
“I was surprised he was linked to Chelsea.”