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Anderson/Napoli ‘latest’

The Felipe Anderson to Napoli story continues to rumble along with the Mail pitching in with their latest version this morning.

The latest take on the tale appears to be that the club has made a decision that they will listen to offers and that David Moyes is happy to let him go.

Frankly, with everybody in self isolation and the club and players deep into talks on pay deferrals and Italian clubs perhaps in an even worse scenario, this seems the most bizarre of yarns.

Frankly it’s far too early to take much of this very seriously but we will be taking a look at the likely areas in which the Irons may travel once we see some of the restrictions removed.

However, with so little going on and given we attempt to keep up with the latest angles here’s what the ‘paper is saying @https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/football/article-8209579/West-Ham-ready-listen-offers-Brazil-winger-Felipe-Anderson.html

The Mail says: ‘Having found the net just once in 24 games this season, David Moyes is happy to let Anderson leave in order to fund up to four or five signings to overhaul his squad.

The Hammers are also well stocked in attacking midfield, with Andriy Yarmalenko, Michail Antonio, Roberto Snodgrass, Manuel Lanzini and January signing Jarrod Bowen all competing for places. “

We have removed a stray ‘e’ from Antonio’s first name but what with that and the ‘Roberto’ Snodgrass literal one tends to give the impression this tale may have been rushed out!

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5 comments on “Anderson/Napoli ‘latest’

  1. What has the situation with Spanish clubs got to do with this?

  2. But unless there has been a massive landslide this morning Napoli are in Italy….

  3. What he’s getting at is Napoli are Italian …

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