Felipe Anderson could well be occupying many of David Moyes’ thoughts as the new season – whenever that starts.
The Brazilian made a very decent start to his Hammers career after arriving in a £35 million deal in 2018 and racking up 10 goals and 5 assists.
But his form has plumetted this season with just one goal and five assists in 24 games in all competitions for West Ham since August.
He has had his fitness problems and David Moyes as not used him to any extent since the Liverpool away game. He may well be facing a “does he stay or go? ” dilemma.
The stats show that Anderson has only managed an average of 1.1 passes completed so right now things may not be looking too great for the ‘playmaker.’
Moyes is far keener of athletic players than those who carry a luxury tag and as a result the 26 year old could find himself surplus to requirements.