Lazio’s Felipe Anderson set to return to Brazil, joining Palmeiras

After eleven years in Europe, winger Felipe Anderson will be making his way back to his native Brazil. The 31-year-old, who is out of contract with Lazio, has agreed to join Palmeiras in the summer, the Brazilian club announced on Tuesday.

Anderson, who came up through the Santos FC youth system, spent the majority of his European career at Lazio, making 319 appearances for the club and scoring 58 goals while providing 63 assists. He initially joined Lazio in 2013 before having a brief spell at West Ham (2018-2021) and a loan stint at FC Porto (2020-2021). He returned to Lazio in 2021.

Key Points:

  • Felipe Anderson is leaving Lazio after eleven years at the club.
  • The Brazilian winger will join Palmeiras in the summer.
  • Anderson spent most of his European career at Lazio, making over 300 appearances for the club.

What This Means for Anderson and Lazio?

Anderson’s departure marks the end of an era at Lazio, where he was a popular figure among the fans. He will be hoping to make a big impact at Palmeiras and help the club win more trophies.

For Lazio, losing Anderson will be a blow, as he was a valuable member of the squad. However, they will be able to replace him with a new signing in the summer.

The transfer will also be a homecoming for Anderson, who is excited to return t

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