Manchester United have failed to generate even a single enquiry for Brazilian midfielder Anderson during the current transfer window.
Anderson has not played for the club since he was given a 20 minute runout by Louis van Gaal against Burnley in August.
The 26-year-old, who was bought from Porto for a fee in the region of £20m in 2007, is officially on sale and has been since David Moyes took over the club’s reigns after Sir Alex Ferguson retired in the summer of 2013.
Anderson’s contract expires in the summer and it is understood that clubs would prefer to wait until the summer when he will be a free agent rather than snap up him now in a cut-price deal. There are also concerns over his lifestyle and weight issues with his love for fast food well documented.
His loan spell at Florentina last year saw him start just four games and there was little to no interest in him in the following summer. One option for United would be to buy out the remainder of his contract and release him from the club.
Written by Jash Mehta [@the_manutd_blog]