A report claims that West Ham United will not entertain the possibility of selling Felipe Anderson, who was recently linked with a big-money move to Real Madrid.
West Ham United will not allow Felipe Anderson to leave the club at the end of the season for any price, according to a report.
The Hammers signed the Brazil international from Lazio last year for a club-record fee of £35m.
Anderson emerged as a rumoured target for Real Madrid last month, and Sky Sports News suggests that they are still considering the 25-year-old as an option should they miss out on first choice Eden Hazard.
However, the same report also states that West Ham co-owner David Sullivan will not entertain the possibility of selling Anderson, whose valuation has as good as doubled this season.
Across 37 matches in all competitions since arriving at the London Stadium, the Santos academy product has scored nine goals and set up four more.
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