According to a report from the Athletic, Felipe Anderson is likely to leave West Ham this summer. And some Hammers fans have reacted on Twitter to the speculation, urging David Moyes to allow the South American to leave east London.

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The 27-year-old has really struggled to impress at the London Stadium this season.

He initially impressed after joining West Ham from Lazio for around £34 million in the summer of 2018 (Times).

But the two-capped Brazil international has toiled this term, and seems to be an absolute shadow of his former self.

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Anderson has racked up just one goal and five assists in 26 games (Transfermarkt). Injuries certainly haven’t helped, but his effort and commitment levels seems to be well below the standard that we should expect from someone who cost so much money.

The 27-year-old quite simply hasn’t proven to be a value for money signing. And if there are offers for his services this summer, the Hammers should definitely consider moving him on.

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That would allow David Moyes to strengthen his squad in other areas that are in urgent need of attention.

Losing Anderson would be a shame, because his talent is undeniable.

Unfortunately for him, he just hasn’t shown that talent on a consistent enough basis during his two years at the London Stadium.

And some West Ham fans have taken to Twitter in reaction to the news that Felipe Anderson could be sold…

 
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