Some Arsenal fans have given their thoughts on the report from the Daily Mirror claiming West Ham United’s Felipe Anderson has been offered to the club for £5million.

The Brazilian winger joined the Hammers back in the summer of 2018, wherein the club paid Lazio a reported £36million – potentially rising to online casino usa £41.5million – for his signing, according to BBC.

However, after stint of promision performances for the club in his first season and a tally of 10 goals and five assits to his name from all outings, he has failed to deliver for the club in the past season.

The former Lazio man scored just once and created only four assists in the Premier League in the just concluded 2019-20 season, and tabloid mentioned above that he may welcome the opportunity of a fresh start, hence his linking with Arsenal. The Premier League actions returns in less than three weeks and the Gunners supporters in Australia can make use of newzealandcasinos casino online best accumulators for their predictions.

The Gunners have been one of the busiest side in the Premier League so far in the transfer market and have bolstered their ranks with the signings of Willian and Gabriel Magalhaes.

The Mirror suggested that, with the Gunners potentially looking to improve their options going forward, the opportunity to recruit Anderson could be tempting for Mikel Arteta.

That said, the outlet does also mention that, with a reported £140,000-a-week salary, it remains to be seen how the two clubs would agree on how much each would pay towards his wages.

It has been a mixed reaction between the Gunners faithfuls on social networking site Twitter to the report of Felipe Anderson’s move to the club. At such, the fact the Hammers paid £35 million for his signing from Lazio and they are willing to loan him out is madness but I think it’s a risk worth taking 27 years old to the Emirates this summer. He was class in his 1st season for West Ham as well.

It all remains to be seen how the transfer saga will pan out in the next couple of days.