According to the Athletic, it is hard to envisage seeing Felipe Anderson in a West Ham shirt next season.
The 27-year-old joined the Hammers from Lazio in the summer of 2018 for around £42 million (Football.London).
And now David Moyes could sell Anderson for around £30 million (Football.London), if there are any takers of course.
The Brazilian winger has been in woeful form this season, with just one goal and four assists to his name in 25 league games (Transfermarkt).
More worryingly than those below par numbers, however, Anderson’s attitude has been quite frankly unacceptable.
Anderson has failed to meet expectations
When the 27-year-old arrived at the London Stadium two years ago, it was a signing that got the West Ham fans really excited.
And he displayed the kind of form in the 2018/19 season that easily justified his huge price-tag. But it now seems that that form was merely a flash in the pan.
And the Athletic claims that it is hard to envisage the former Lazio man playing in a Hammers shirt next season.
The problem for West Ham will be finding a buyer for the winger, however.
Anderson has already been offered to Napoli and Lazio, but both Serie A clubs have rejected the chance to sign the big money flop (Daily Star).
Perhaps the Hammers needs to lower their demands for the Brazilian. At the end of the day, if we can move him on for £20-25 million, it might just be decent business in the long run.
Especially if it enables Moyes to bring someone like Eberechi Eze to the London Stadium.