AC Milan want to sign West Ham United ace Felipe Anderson this month according to a report from the Daily Mail.
The 27-year-old moved to the London Stadium for £34 million from Lazio in the summer of 2018 (The Times).
He made a fine start to life in England, racking up 10 goals and five assists in 40 appearances during his debut campaign with West Ham (Transfermarkt).
Felipe Anderson has really struggled for the past 12 months or so, however.
He was quickly farmed out on loan to FC Porto in October but his problems have continued in Portugal.
The Brazilian has hardly played any minutes for Porto.
AC Milan a potential destination for Felipe Anderson?
The Daily Mail claims that the 27-year-old West Ham man could be rescued from his Porto nightmare by Serie A giants AC Milan.
Giving up on Anderson right now would be a real shame. It will depend heavily on just how desperate the Hammers owners are to acquire further funds, however.
If we do sell Felipe Anderson, it will be vital that David Moyes is given the money to reinvest straight back into his squad at the London Stadium.
We all know that will be highly unlikely top happen, however. Perhaps another loan move will be the ideal outcome for all parties involved.
We could also recall the former Lazio ace of course. Moyes’s squad is down to the bare bones and if Anderson finds a way to rediscover his best form, he could be a real asset for West Ham between now and the end of the season.