Lotito Has Delayed Felipe Anderson's Contract Renewal

It appears that discussions regarding Felipe Anderson's contract extension have been halted by Claudio Lotito, the president of Lazio. The talented 30-year-old winger from Brazil is currently in the last year of his existing contract with the Italian club, and negotiations between his agent, Juliana Gomes, and the club's owner have been ongoing for quite some time now, without much progress being made.

According to recent reports, Anderson has reportedly reached an agreement to enter into a contract spanning 4 and a half years, with a net salary of 3 million Euros per season in addition to bonuses. However, it is important to note that no official contract has been signed at this time, and the situation is becoming increasingly fraught with tension.

According to Calciomercato, Lotito has chosen to halt negotiations regarding Anderson's contract due to his underwhelming performance this season. With just 1 goal and 4 assists in 20 matches, the Brazilian has failed to make a significant impact.

Before proceeding with negotiations, Lotito is seeking a more assertive reaction from the 30-year-old winger. Meanwhile, Juventus director Cristiano Giuntoli is still interested in signing Anderson on a free transfer next summer. Because of the player contract issue The Aquile is also rumored to be looking for a new winger in the January market.

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