Three Chinese Super League clubs have made bids for English striker Andy Carroll, but all were turned down by West Ham, according to reports.
Tianjin Quanjian, Hebei China Fortune, and Shandong Luneng have tried to lure Carroll to China, but West Ham have rejected the offers because the departure of the former Liverpool striker would mean they would not be able to bring in replacements as the European transfer window has already closed.
The English striker is reportedly happy at West Ham and is not interested in making a move to a foreign country as it would uproot his family.
Carroll has been in good form of late with four goals in his last four games. However, the 28-year-old have recently missed three months of action earlier this season with a knee injury.