West Ham are set to reject all summer interest in winger Felipe Anderson.
The 25-year-old signed for Manuel Pellegrini’s side from Lazio in a club-record £36m deal last summer, and has impressed in his debut campaign in English football.
Anderson is the club’s top scorer this season with nine Premier League goals, earning himself a recall to the Brazil squad, and is believed to be attracting the interest of Spanish giants Real Madrid.
Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane is reportedly eyeing a move for the Brazilian, with Anderson providing an alternative should the La Liga side fail to land top target Eden Hazard.
Hazard has been a long-term target for Zidane, though Chelsea are holding out for £100m for the Belgian despite the 28-year-old having just a year remaining on his contract at Stamford Bridge.
Should Madrid instead launch a bid for Anderson, West Ham would likely make a significant profit on a player signed just 12 months prior.
Sky Sports are reporting that Anderson leaving the London Stadium remains unlikely, with West Ham having no intention of selling and the player happy at the club.