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Anderson bids farewell to Lazio


Filed: Wednesday, 11th July 2018
By: Staff Writer


Felipe Anderson has been pictured bidding an emotional farewell to Lazio fans, on the day it was revealed West Ham had applied for a work permit.

The Brazilian winger left the Formello training complex this afternoon without training and was pictured embracing Lazio supporters as he left the training ground, for what is expected to be the final time.


West Ham and Lazio have agreed a deal said to be worth 37million + add-ons for the 25-year-old, who can operate centrally or out wide.





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