West Ham United will think about offering Felipe Anderson during the next transfer window as manager David Moyes strategies to reconstruct the first-team squad for the 2020/21 season.
Anderson joined the Hammers from Lazio in July 2018 for a then club-record charge of ₤36 m and he had a remarkable debut campaign under Manuel Pellegrini, where he signed up 10 goals and 5 assists throughout all competitions.
Nevertheless, the Brazilian has actually had a hard time to produce the exact same level of efficiencies during his second season with the club and has actually contributed simply one goal and 5 assists from 24 appearances– 6 of which have actually come under David Moyes, who changed Pellegrini at the helm in late December.
According to The Mirror, the east London outfit will take a look at the possibility of offering the 26- year-old, considering they are well equipped in the assaulting department with the likes of Andriy Yarmolenko, Michaeil Antonio, Manuel Lanzini and winter season finalizing Jarrod Bowen at the manager’s disposal.
The exact same publication recommends that Napoli have their sights on finalizing Anderson as a possible replacement for Jose Callejon, who is most likely to leave the club on a complimentary when his contract ends in the summer.
Anderson revealed indications of entering form when Moyes organized the club however he afterwards sustained a back injury which kept him sidelined for 5 weeks in between January and February.
On his return, he hardly made an effect for the Hammers and was limited to simply 69 minutes of first-team action in the 4 matches where he was selected prior to the coronavirus shutdown.
Evaluating by the irregular form, it appears rewarding for the Hammers to sanction his sale during the off-season. Anderson, on the other hand, might take advantage of a move to familiar environments in the Serie A, where he went far for himself with Lazio.
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