Lazio President's Surprise Decision Regarding Felipe Anderson's Contract Saga: Sign It Or Leave For Free Next Summer

Lazio President Claudio Lotito has decided against allowing the departure of Brazilian winger Felipe Anderson during the January transfer window. Instead, he intends to wait until Anderson's contract expires in the upcoming summer market before releasing him, potentially as a free agent.

Despite Felipe Anderson's contract expiring next summer, Lazio president Claudio Lotito has allegedly decided to remove him from the January transfer market.

Despite receiving a final four-year offer with a net value of approximately 3.5 million Euros per season plus bonuses, the player from Brazil, who is 30 years old, has not yet agreed to sign a new contract with The Aquile.

In the upcoming summer transfer window, Juventus has expressed interest in acquiring Felipe Anderson on a free transfer, while Al-Shabab, a Saudi Arabian club, recently presented a bid of approximately 15 million Euros for the winger, which was promptly turned down by his current team.

According to Corriere dello Sport, the Biancoceleste are unwilling to let Felipe Anderson leave in January and have instead decided to let him leave for free in the next summer transfer window.

The club will not retract their contract offer; instead, they want to allow the 30-year-old player to reconsider and accept the deal, but they won't improve their offer.

The president's decision eased Maurizio Sarri because it allowed him to keep one of his squad's important players, who is anticipated to assist his team this season to compete for a Champions League spot. 

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