Lazio attacker Felipe Anderson has refused to commit himself to the club long-term amid speculation surrounding a mega money move to Manchester United.
The Brazilian has been heavily aligned with the Red Devils in recent days, with reports circulating that Louis van Gaal’s side are readying an offer of close to £37.2m for his signature.
And amid the speculation, the 22-year-old told Sky Italia (via talkSPORT) that he’s not sure where he will be when the current transfer window closes:
“I do not know if I will stay in January,
“I am concentrated only on my work and doing well here. I do not know what will happen.”
Anderson is known to be a pacey, direct attacking midfielder, which could quell Van Gaal’s need for more invention in the final third.
The youngster shone last term as he helped Lazio to a third place finish in Serie A, netting 10 goals while laying on seven assists.
However, the Rome side were unable to make it into the Champions League after being knocked out in qualification action by Bayer Leverkusen.