West Ham are considering ending Felipe Anderson’s loan to FC Porto, according to The Guardian.
The Brazilian international joined the Hammers from Lazio in the summer of 2018. He scored ten goals in his first season with the club and was considered a huge success.
However, his form took a massive dip last season, and he struggled for consistency. His performances were constantly ridiculed as they battled relegation for much of the 2019/20 season.
It was hoped that Anderson’s loan spell in Portugal would allow him to rediscover his best form. However, the opposite has happened, as he has been unable to gain regular playing time for Porto.
The report claimed that West Ham might try and find the Brazilian a new club if they manage to bring him back to the capital.
Should he be made available for loan, Anderson is unlikely to be short of offers. He has previously starred in the Premier League and is approaching the best years of his career.
David Moyes may instead be tempted to re-integrate Anderson back into his first-team should the Hammers be able to recall him.
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