West Ham attacking midfielder Felipe Anderson has been tipped to return to Italy recent weeks, with the Brazilian having been the subject of interest from Napoli.
However, reports have suggested that the Hammers would hold out for around €50m (£45m) for the 27-year-old. When we asked supporters whether they’d back the sale if it meant freeing up transfer funds, a large majority were opposed to the idea:
It is a somewhat surprising result considering Anderson’s performances this season. The playmaker has managed to score just one goal and provide only five assists in 24 appearances for West Ham.
However, it may be the case that fans don’t trust the club or manager David Moyes to reinvest the money in a player who would be an improvement on the Brazilian.
In any case, it is unlikely that Napoli would be prepared to match the Irons’ demands for Anderson so a sale isn’t a realistic prospect at the moment.