Felipe Anderson is hoping to secure a return to Lazio by this time next week according to Corriere dello Sport (Print edition, July 3rd, page 27).
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The 28-year-old winger has experienced real difficulties over the past 18 months or so.
His form begin to dip with the Hammers midway through the 2019/20 campaign.
David Moyes then shipped him out on loan to Porto last October.
Anderson has just returned to the London Stadium…but his time at the club could be drawing to a close.
Felipe Anderson Lazio move impending?
Noi Biancocelesti recently reported that the Serie A outfit are very keen to bring the West Ham attacker back to the club.
And now Corriere dello Sport (Print edition, July 3rd, page 27) suggest that Anderson is hoping to secure his move back to the Italian capital by July 10th.
That leaves one week for Lazio to lodge a bid, have it accepted by the Hammers and agree personal terms with the 28-year-old Brazilian.
It seems like a fairly reasonable time frame.
The West Ham fans are fairly split on this one. Some want Anderson gone asap whilst others think that he should be given one more chance by David Moyes.
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The Scot obviously doesn’t really rate Felipe, however. He wouldn’t have loaned him out last season if he did.
It’s likely that Anderson will be sent on his way. The crux of the issue is whether or not Lazio are prepared to pay what the Hammers owners think he’s worth, however.