Liverpool is looking for a move for the West Ham United star Felipe Anderson this summer, according to a report.
Jurgen Klopp is keen to strengthen his attacking options, to overcome any injury issues during important matches.
The attacking midfielder has emerged as a viable option for Liverpool, and the Brazilian has impressed since moving to West Ham last year.
If Anderson gets a chance to play in the Champions League finals against Tottenham, such a big stage could prove to be a huge boost for the 26-year-old’s hopes of affirming his place in Klopp’s squad.
The Brazilian international has played games and scored ten goals in all competitions for the Wolves this season.
Felipe was part of the Brazilian squad which won the country’s first ever Gold medal in the Olympics two years back. Coming off the bench, he scored in the finals to make Brazil win a penalty shootout against Germany.
He has an excellent ability to run along with the ball in different positions, and can also play as a striker and a centre forward.
He is the only third Brazilian to play for the Hammers followed by llan and Nene.
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