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Everton: Fans laud transfer update involving Felipe Anderson

Everton: Fans laud transfer update involving Felipe Anderson - Everton Transfer Rumours

Some Everton fans have been lauding a transfer update involving a potential swoop for West Ham United star Felipe Anderson.

As per TEAMtalk, the Goodison Park faithful are considering a move for the Brazil international as Carlo Ancelotti is looking for a possible replacement for Bernard, of whom the Italian boss is preparing for his exit from the Merseyside club to AS Roma.

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While he has fallen out of favour at the Hammers, having been shipped off on loan to FC Porto for the 2020/21 term, he could still be a good signing for the Toffees.

The 27-year-old has a vast amount of experience playing in the Premier League, scoring 10 goals and making a further eight assists in 63 games over the last three consecutive terms (Transfermarkt).

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If Bernard were to go, the winger could be his ideal replacement.

Everton fan reaction to Anderson link

These Toffees supporters lauded the transfer update on Twitter:

“If he’s not on mad wages then yes! Could be an exceptional signing if Carlo can get him to his best”

Credit: @rimmerefc

“You know what, I’d take that, I still rate him”

Credit: @RyanG78_

“If it’s a straight choice between him and Bernard then I’d take him. New challenge/motivation may be the move he needs. Bernard is just woeful”

Credit: @AlexOBr82171506

“Be a great signing!”

Credit: @Tomwalk62023010

“If this actually means Bernard leaves the club, get the deal done asap”

Credit: @johngale_

“It’s a yes from me”

Credit: @Paul1878W

In other news, find out who some Blues want to keep after news emerged here!


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