Felipe Anderson Has Already Been Offered A 4 Year Contract Worth 4 Million Euros Per Season By Juventus

Felipe Anderson, the winger for Lazio, is beginning to show interest in the contract proposal put forth by Juventus, a rival club in Serie A. This development comes at a time when talks about extending his current contract with Lazio, known as The Aquile, are still ongoing but have not made any substantial headway.

According to reports, Juventus has reportedly sent a contract proposal to Felipe Anderson, prompting the Brazilian player to consider the offer. The 30-year-old winger's current contract with Lazio will come to an end after this season, and talks for a new contract have been ongoing throughout the season. However, negotiations have been moving at a sluggish pace, with no significant advancements made thus far.

According to additional reports, it was previously stated that Anderson was ready to sign a new contract worth 3.5 million Euros per season. However, President Claudio Lotito decided to halt negotiations concerning the new contract due to his dissatisfaction with the player's performance during this season.

According to La Repubblica, Juventus has offered Anderson a four-year contract worth 4 million Euros per season plus bonuses. The winger has asked the Biancoceleste for the same amount, but the Italian capital club has refused to meet his demands.

A transfer at the end of the season is beginning to rise as a viable option for the 30-year-old player, who has one goal and six assists in 22 games this season. 

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