Lazio star Felipe Anderson has hinted that he's ready to leave the Serie A club this window, with Premier League giants Manchester United interested in signing him.
The Brazilian playmaker has been strongly linked with a move away from the Italian outfit over the past few months, with United making a formal bid for him at the beginning of the season.
Manchester United Interest
It was well documented that Louis van Gaal highlighted Anderson as a summer target, and the Red Devils officially saw a formal bid of around £37 million turned down by the Serie A side.
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Despite being turned down in the summer, United have remained interested in the 22-year-old and they are expected to launch a fresh bid for the Lazio star this window.
According to reports, Anderson's representatives have already met with United officials to discuss a potential transfer, and the speculation has been further fueled after the player himself admitted that his future is uncertain.
Anderson netted ten goals for Lazio last season as they finished third in the Serie A, and he's now dropped a bombshell on the club by admitting his future is uncertain.
"I do not know if I will stay in January," Anderson told Sky Italia, as per the Express.
"I am concentrated only on my work and doing well here. I do not know what will happen."
The attacking-midfielder has been at Lazio since 2013, making 64 Serie A appearances and scoring 15 goals along the way.
Anderson moved to Lazio three years ago after agreeing to leave Brazilian outfit Santos, where he made his senior debut back in 2010.