According to a report from Football.London, West Ham are prepared to sell Felipe Anderson for a £12 million loss this summer.
The 27-year-old Brazilian joined the Hammers from Lazio in the summer of 2018 (Football.London).
Anderson enjoyed an impressive debut campaign in England, racking up nine goals and four assists in 36 Premier League games. He has struggled this season, however, with just one goal and four assists to his name in 25 league games (Transfermarkt).
The South American has looked completely disinterested at times. And he is now considered to be nowhere near a guaranteed starter for David Moyes at the London Stadium.
Anderson’s days in east London numbered?
With West Ham keen to raise funds this summer, the 27-year-old seems to be a prime candidate to be moved on by David Moyes.
And Football.London claims that Anderson could be sold for around £30 million. That would be a £12 million loss on what the Hammers paid for his services two years ago.
There are plenty of West Ham fans who believe that the former Lazio man deserves another season to prove that he has what it takes to succeed at the London Stadium.
But the Hammers faithful surely wouldn’t grumble too much. Especially if it helps Moyes sign the likes of Said Benrahma and Eberechi Eze.
And £30 million for Anderson wouldn’t be terrible business at all, considering the current financial climate in the game.