West Ham are in talks with Middle Eastern Al-Ain regarding a potential loan move for Felipe Anderson according to a report by Foot Mercato.
He has been given permission to seek another loan. And it appears that he could be offered the chance to move to the United Arab Emirates.
In recent days he has been linked to a loan move to Everton and AC Milan
Anderson is currently on loan at Porto from West Ham but has had little game time under coach Sergio Conceicao and is set to be sent back to London so long as the Irons can find a loan club or permanent club for him.
FIFA and UEFA will relax their transfer regulations. Current rules dictate you can’t play for more than two clubs in one season, which Anderson has done having played briefly for the Hammers before moving to Portugal but this has now been increased to three in one season due to the pandemic.
Anderson has made just three appearances in all competitions for the Portuguese champions.
West Ham signed Anderson from Lazio for £34m in the summer of 2019. He scored 10 goals in all competitions as Manuel Pellegrini led the club to 10th place in the Premier League.