Felipe Anderson put in an absolutely dreadful display against Wolves at the London Stadium yesterday.
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In fact, the 27-year-old has been atrocious all season long.
And that must be incredibly frustrating for David Moyes, considering how much talent the Brazilian has.
Anderson joined the Hammers from Lazio in the summer of 2018 for around £35 million (The Telegraph).
He impressed during his debut campaign in the Premier League. But his form has fallen off the face of a cliff this season.
The pacy winger has racked up just one goal and five assists in 25 games for West Ham this season (Transfermarkt).
It’s not just Anderson’s form that is a concern, however. More worrying has been his total lack of effort, desire and hunger. The South American looked like a lost soul against Wolves yesterday.
He made no impact whatsoever, and offered Aaron Cresswell absolutely zero protection down the left hand flank.
It might be too soon to judge, but it really does look like Anderson could be finished at West Ham.
And David Moyes must consider selling the Brazilian this summer, regardless of whether his Hammers side avoid relegation or not.
The Scot will have one hand tied behind his back in the transfer market this summer.
Because of the financial ramifications caused by the global health crisis, West Ham will have little money to spend.
So selling someone like Anderson might just give Moyes more of a reasonable budget at the end of this season.
And if the Hammers can recoup £20-25 million for the 27-year-old, they should just cut their losses and move him on.