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£30m Chelsea and Manchester United target open to Premier League move


Lazio midfielder Felipe Anderson says he would love a move to the Premier League but insists that next season he will continue in the Serie A.

The 22-year-old enjoyed a very positive campaign last season and is a target for a number of Premier League clubs including Chelsea and Manchester United.

Lazio consider the player a key element ahead of a season where they will feature in the Champions League and are not interested in selling at the present time.

But Anderson admits that one day he would like to play in England.

"Maybe one day," he told FourFourTwo.

"The English game suits me: it’s very fast and I’m sure I would find it easy to adapt.

"I haven't got a favourite English team but I’m always watching it."

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