Felipe Anderson has been spotted at West Ham United’s Rush Green training complex this morning.

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The 28-year-old Hammers winger has been heavily linked with an exit from the London Stadium over the past few weeks and months.

David Moyes is clearly not a fan of the Brazilian having sent him out on loan to Porto last season.

It seems as though it is just a matter of time before Anderson leaves West Ham.

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Felipe Anderson is seemingly set for an exit from West Ham (Photo by Gualter Fatia/Getty Images)

Lazio are leading the race to sign the Hammers attacker according to Noi Biancocelesti.

And with just 12 months remaining on his current deal, his time in East London may well be nearing an end.

Felipe Anderson heading for the West Ham exit door?

Nobody would be surprised if the Brazilian did in fact leave the London Stadium this summer.

West Ham United ace Felipe Anderson during a training session last year (Photo by Avril Husband/West Ham United FC via Getty Images)

He has returned to pre-season training today, however, along with the rest of his teammates, aside from those on international duty of course.


Anderson was spotted arriving at Rush Green this morning:

Anderson can be seen arriving 20 seconds into the above clip.

There is still a chance that David Moyes has a role for Felipe to play.

The Brazilian may really impress Moyes during pre-season training and everything could change very quickly.

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That is highly unlikely, however. And if we can get a decent fee for Anderson, selling him this summer will undoubtedly appeal to the West Ham United owners.

Ekrem Konur reckons that Lazio could pay as much as £8.6m to re-sign the winger.

We doubt West Ham will get anywhere near that for Anderson. We can live in hope though!

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