A familiar name could be making a return to Lazio.

Over the last few months, various reports about the Biancocelesti looking to bring back former forward Felipe Anderson have surfaced. 

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The 28-year-old spent last season on loan at FC Porto from West Ham United.

However, Anderson doesn’t seem to have a future with the English club, which spent major money to secure the forward. 

Nonetheless, it hasn’t worked out, and now it appears Lazio wants to bring the player back.

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According to Sky Sport Italy’s Manuele Baiocchini, the Rome-based club has engaged in talks with the Brazil international’s entourage. 

The Italian reporter states that new manager Maurizio Sarri does value Anderson, so there could be a role for him in a possible return to Lazio.

As for the cost, Baiocchini adds that it could take just €9 million for West Ham FC to cut their losses with the attacker; despite the interest from Lazio, there are no further details of whether they’ll put in an official offer for their former forward.