Carroll is out of action for up to four months with an ankle injury and Hammers boss Sam Allardyce wants a replacement before season starts.
Crouch cost Stoke a record £10million three years ago but they are willing to offload him for £1m.
The 6ft 7” striker, who turns 34 in January, is in the last year of a £40,000-a-week deal and has indicated he would like to return to...
Peter Crouch insists he is "happy" at Stoke City - but has accepted that the club could look to move him on this summer.
The former England striker is in pre-season training with the Potters under new manager Mark Hughes, who replaced Tony Pulis following the end of last season.
Now aged 32, Crouch has been at the Britannia Stadium for two years but was linked with a...
Stoke earned its first win in the English Premier League thanks to Peter Crouch's twin strikes in beating visiting Swansea 2-0 on Saturday.
Crouch scored both in the first half at Britannia Stadium. Unwanted by England since he turned down a standby role for Euro 2012, he has five goals in all competitions.
Stoke had started the league with four draws and a loss. Swansea suffered...
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September 29, 2012
Peter Crouch earned Stoke a third straight point in the Premier League with a late equalizer in the 2-2 draw with Wigan on Saturday.
The England striker scored from Jon Walters' cross in the 76th minute to deny Wigan a second victory of the season.
Shaun Maloney put Wigan ahead in the fifth minute from the penalty spot after Robert Huth was adjudged to have handled but Walters...
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September 01, 2012
Peter Crouch is six feet, seven inches tall. He scores so many goals with his head, people often forget he's got good skills with his feet. The Stoke City striker scored a goal that will serve as an ever-lasting reminder of his ability on Saturday. In the 59th minute, Jermaine Pennant played a header to his towering teammate, who was standing 22 yards away from goal near the...
Peter Crouch scored twice in the first half to give Stoke a 2-1 victory at Blackburn and halt the host's momentum following a stunning win at Manchester United.
Rovers began well and Christopher Samba headed against the bar before seeing a goal disallowed. But it was Stoke that took the lead in the 17th minute through Crouch, and the tall striker added a second on the stroke...