West Ham United winger Felipe Anderson was surprisingly sent out on loan to Porto in the recent transfer window.
The Brazilian moved to Portugal but reiterated his desire to return to the London Stadium and prove himself after this spell.
Anderson may need to prove himself at Porto first, or he could be back in England sooner rather than later.
Journal have reported that Anderson could return to West Ham as early as January should certain moves materialise.
The Portuguese outlet have claimed on their website that if Porto complete a move for club-hero Hulk, the Hammers star could be sacrificed as a result of that.
It is suggested that the 27-year-old is being “pushed” to the exit by Sergio Conceicao, something that surely wouldn’t please David Moyes.
Maybe the best place for the Brazilian is back at West Ham.
Anderson has only featured in two games, completing 58 minutes of action in the Primeira Liga – nowhere near what we expected.
The winger was playing more in his limited role at the London Stadium and will be questioning his decision to agree to this move earlier in the season.
With Champions League football and the chance to fight for a title in Portugal, it was seen as a majorly positive move, but it has never looked good.
Anderson hasn’t attempted a single shot on goal or even completed one cross according to WyScout, and it isn’t looking good for anyone in this situation.
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