AC Milan Are Also Interested In Felipe Anderson, Whose Contract With Lazio Expires Soon

AC Milan are now in the running to sign Lazio's forward Felipe Anderson, whose contract is set to expire at the season's end, according to reports from Italy today.

AC Milan, recognized for their astute signings at minimal expenses or even without fees, notably acquired Luka Romero from Lazio via a free transfer last summer.

Il Messaggero's report suggests a similar tactic might be employed with Felipe Anderson, with interest originating from Zlatan Ibrahimovic within AC Milan's ranks.

Felipe Anderson, previously associated with West Ham United and Porto, is nearing the end of his contract with Lazio, with no indications of an extension. This circumstance has attracted the attention of various prominent clubs.

Ibrahimovic, who wields power at AC Milan, is eager to explore potentially lucrative deals. However, competition is expected to be fierce, with Juventus also reportedly eyeing the 30-year-old midfielder.

This season, Felipe Anderson has made notable contributions, tallying three goals and seven assists in Serie A across 30 matches for Lazio. Additionally, he registered an assist in the Champions League.

With a total of 316 appearances for Lazio, Felipe Anderson boasts 56 goals and 63 assists throughout his tenure with the Biancoceleste. 

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