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Iron’s misery goes on and it’s all bad news for club

Any hopes West Ham might have had of getting a serious price for Felipe Anderson have gone well and truly down the swanee river by the look of things.

We always like to keep a check on all of our players but sadly it’s been too easy to forget about the Brazilian at Porto.

Having remembered a few minutes ago we find absolutely nothing has changed in his and the Portuguese club’s life other than that his value is falling like a brick.

Currently he has played four league games which included one start giving him a total of 120 minutes action initially.

Since then he came on in the 57th minute against Belenenses in a dreary 0-0 draw on February 4 and has not been seen since.

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The Irons last hope – a couple of months ago was that he would manage to break back into the team and allow them to negotiate a price hopefully at around £20 million which even then would see them about €15 million down on the price they bought him for.

With Seb Haller having been sold on to Ajax it means we could lose anything up to €40 million on the pair of them.

Thanks Senor Pelle

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6 comments on “Iron’s misery goes on and it’s all bad news for club

  1. Maybe we can get another years loan, but who would buy him especially as he’s in a bumper contract here.
    I think he’s only got 18 months or less come the end of the season.
    I think we’ll be lucky to get anything let alone £20m, we could be writing off £38m in 12 months.

  2. You never know if we make it into Europe he may be helpful for us next season, Moyes should really try and coach the best out of him, if not its hard to see someone paying a fee and his wages.

  3. Not beyond all hope, Lingard sidelined at Man U, look at him now! Anderson has the ability as seen in his first season, just have to fathom out what has changed.

  4. He’s not a graffter. Moyes don’t want him. End of the road. Maybe Mr Pellegrini will buy him again.

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