Barry Fry insists West Ham United need to sell Felipe Anderson this summer.
The Hammers winger endured a frustrating season as he went on loan to Portuguese club FC Porto but roundly failed to make any sort of impact.
He made just 10 appearances for the club and he had just the one start in the Portuguese league.
He did not manage to complete the 90 minutes either, as he played a maximum of 57 minutes against Belenenses in February.
Anderson has subsequently, and unsurprisingly, returned to east London and it remains to be seen if he will be able to find himself a new club this summer.
Lazio are said to be interested in a potential reunion with Anderson, having seen him become a star during his time in Serie A prior to his move to east London, making 177 appearances and scoring 34 goals.
And Fry believes that he has simply failed to adjust to life in England, and should be moved on by the club if they can receive a decent fee.
Speaking exclusively to Football FanCast, he said: “I think he’s showed in glimpses he’s got wonderful skill but he certainly hasn’t adapted to the Premier League and if they can get the majority of their money back he would be one, if I was in charge of West Ham, I’d be letting him go.”
Anderson arrived for a fee of £36m in 2018.