Felipe Anderson could seal a deadline day move away from West Ham, according to reports.
Anderson joined West Ham in 2018, but only made 25 Premier League appearances last season. He has not started any of their league matches this term.
But there could be a chance for the Brazilian to find more regular gametime if he can secure a move away before the transfer window closes.
According to Fabrizio Romano, Porto are in “advanced talks” for the winger, who has fallen down the pecking order at the London Stadium.
Earlier in the summer, a return to Italy seemed more likely for Anderson, who used to play for Lazio. There were also rumours that he could even move across the capital to Arsenal.
However, the 27-year-old now seems to be closer to moving to Portugal. Talks are underway over a potential loan move, with West Ham willing to get rid of him.
Anderson is one of West Ham’s biggest earners, so they are keen to get his wages off the books, given that he is no longer a first team regular.
— Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) October 5, 2020
Snodgrass to leave as well?
Anderson is not the only West Ham winger to be linked with an exit on deadline day.
The Scotland winger has spent the past 12 years of his career in England, but could be open to a return north of the border.
Celtic are keen to strengthen out wide and Snodgrass has similarly fallen out of favour under David Moyes.