Manchester United are reportedly going to miss out on the signing of Brazilian international Felipe Anderson if Dutchman, Louis Van Gaal is sacked from the Theatre Of Dreams. Felipe who plies his trace with the Italian Serie A side SS Lazio is reportedly in Louis Van Gaal transfer target since the United gaffer to over the reign at Old Trafford.
The Red Devils are reportedly in need of attacking reinforcement in this January transfer window to help save their season. United were at one point in time, top of the Premier League log but now find themselves 5th after going on a winless run in 6 games, crashing out of the Champions league and losing back to back to two newly promoted sides in Bournemouth and Norwich City.
Anderson has continued his fine form this season by scoring five goals and created an assist on three different occasions in 25 appearances in all competition for the Italian outfit, a fit no United winger can currently boast of. Anderson is valued around 45M
Van Gaal is keen on the 22 year old Brazilian but the Dutchman has been given a slim chance of retain his position as coach of Manchester United by the club Hierarchy that he must defeat Stoke City at the Britannia on Boxing day and Chelsea two days later at Old Trafford. If Van Gall fails to meet the demands of the United hierarchy and gets sacked; the deal for Anderson could be off