Lazio Is Preparing A New Contract For Felipe Anderson

Lazio is believed to be beginning the process of drafting a new contract for Felipe Anderson, this contract will ensure the Brazilian will remain at the Olimpico in the future.  He is a significant part of Maurizio Sarri's team in the past two seasons.

Lazio reportedly drafted a new contract for Felipe Anderson that will keep the player at the Olimpico.  The Brazilian winger, who is 30 years old, has become a significant player in Sarri's squad in Rome, he finally achieved a degree of consistency that helped his team to fight for Champions League qualification next season.

Felipe Anderson re-joins from West Ham in the summer of 2021, he is willing to decrease his salary and agree on a three-year contract, and the Italian club does not want the winger to enter the final year of his contract at the Olimpico.

According to La Gazzetta dello Sport, Biancoceleste has begun arranging a new deal for Anderson, providing a net salary of 3 million Euros per season plus a 300,000 Euro appearance bonus that will remain until June 2027.

While the player wants to stay in the Italian capital longer, he is enjoying his time on the field and has a good relationship with Maurizio Sarri.  In total, he appeared 45 times for The Aquile in all competitions, scoring 12 goals and assisting nine times.

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