After Felipe Anderson left to West Ham for a reported fee around 40 million euros, and reports yesterday stating that the other Felipe still at Lazio (Felipe Luiz) was growing into his role here with the biancocelesti, the two name of ‘Felipe‘ and ‘Anderson‘ seem to be very common for Lazio. This trend continues, as Gianluca Di Marzio reports that now-former Bari player Djavan Anderson is interesting Lazio: to be more specific, Lotito’s partly owned club in Serie B of Salernitana.
Djavan is a a Dutch defender of Jamaican and Surinamese descent born in 1995, who last season collected 19 appearances, 2 goals, and 1 assist in Serie B with the Bari. However, after the unfortunate events that have led to Bari being relegated to Serie D (due to the failure to register for next season’s Serie B due to financial problems, declaring bankrupt in the coming days), Djavan is free to be picked up by any club.
At the moment – between Lazio and the agents of the player – a negotiation that could lead Anderson to play on loan at Salernitana for a year is in progress. The competition is plentiful however, as Sampdoria and Frosinone have also contacted the player.
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