The Brazilian version of Goal today features a piece on the future of West Ham United midfielder Felipe Anderson, who’s back at the club following a loan spell.
The 28-year-old only has one year left on his contract with the Hammers, and that means this is a crucial time for the Premier League side to decide what to do with him.
Goal writes that Felipe Anderson has been approached by several clubs, and in case he leaves West Ham this summer, then he’d choose to stay in Europe.
His stance is seen as bad news for Flamengo, who are one of the sides who made contact for his signings. The talks didn’t go forward as the player is also considered to be too expensive for the Rio de Janeiro side.
The report claims that Felipe Anderson’s situation should become clearer once West Ham’s squad present themselves for preseason. The player’s entourage claims there’s ‘nothing concrete’ about a summer move for now, as there are only approaches from clubs.
With only 10 appearances for Porto this season, Felipe Anderson now must find a place where he can prove himself again.