Real Madrid could reportedly move for West Ham attacker Felipe Anderson if they don’t land Chelsea superstar Eden Hazard in the summer.
According to Sky Sports, Spanish giants Madrid are thinking about alternatives to Hazards Chelsea have already rejected a £60million offer.
The report details that Madrid’s French manager Zinedine Zidane could turn his attention to West Ham and their talisman Anderson.
It is understood that a potential deal to take him away from the London Stadium would be a colossal £65million fee.
Anderson only joined the Hammers in the summer from Lazio and enjoyed a decent debut year, scoring nine goals and supplying five assists in return.
Anderson has made a decent impact at West Ham so far and getting rid of him would make little sense under normal circumstances.
But when a European giant liked Madrid come calling that will surely tempt the Brazilian into a move.
For West Ham the quoted £65million fee they could receive for the winger would surely be too good to turn down and represent good business on their part.
Anderson has become an important player for the Hammers, but with £65million manager Manuel Pellegrini could surely find a quality replacement and perhaps improve his squad.