West Ham United have reportedly made a final decision regarding Felipe Anderson's future at the club, with the Brazilian struggling in recent months.
According to a report from UOL, West Ham will be seeking a club to buy Felipe Anderson for around €15 million in the summer.
The 28-year-old winger joined the Hammers from Lazio in 2018 for a staggering fee of €38 million, being seen as one of the top wingers in European football.
The Brazilian made a breathtaking start to life in London, racking up ten goals and five assists for the Irons in his debut campaign.
However, he then started to struggle during the 2019/20 season, having numerous little injuries that kept him out of the side regularly, leading to a loss in confidence and form.
Due to him finding it hard to maintain a place in the squad under David Moyes, he was shipped out on loan to Porto in October, where he has endured a tough spell, making just nine appearances in all competitions, registering just a single assist, with him being frozen out of the side and not even making the matchday squad for most of the season.
West Ham are looking to cash in on Anderson in the summer, with himself knowing that he will be leaving the club this summer, and the Irons are looking for around €15 million to seal his move away.
Anderson has only one year remaining on his current contract at the club, and so it will be relatively tough for any club to sign him for the price West Ham are looking for, with €10 million seeming like the likelier fee.