Felipe Anderson looks to be on thin ice at West Ham United right now!
The Brazilian had an impressive season on his arrival at the club but really doesn’t appear to be the sort of operator that David Moyes truly appreciates.
Since the 3-2 defeat at Liverpool that has become more apparent with the 26 year old making just two appearances as a sub – and a late one at that – against Saints and the Gooners.
Anderson has split opinion since arriving after Manuel Pellegrini made it clear this was the one player he wanted above all others.
But he’s become a Marmite individual and doesn’t appear to be entirely to the Moyes taste.
The £35 million paid at the time doesn’t look money well spent under the Scot’s more pragmatic style of management who moved for his type of player in Jarrod Bowen
The former Gull City man along with Pablo Fornals, Tomas Soucek assuming we stay up, Declan Rice and with two up in most case in Haller and Antonio, looks the way forward for the Irons.
And that could see Anderson out in the cold and a transfer window candidate.