Andre-Frank Zambo Anguissa’s potential transfer away from Craven Cottage and back into the Premier League is still bubbling away in the background, as we enter the window’s final fortnight.
The Cameroonian replaced Josh Onomah as a half time substitute as Marco Silva’s men earned back to back away victories with a 2-1 win at Millwall on Tuesday evening.
Anguissa’s involvement in the first team further reinforces the notion that Silva is keen to retain the services of the 25-year-old as the Cottagers look to waltz their way towards a top two finish. As the Mirror reported earlier this week.
Emiliano Buendia inflicted masterclasses on inferior opposition compared to his individual skill in 2020/21 as Norwich City were crowned champions, they play in different positions but the comparison would be there in terms of possessing quality that extends to a much higher level than the Championship, if Anguissa stays put and applies his trade in the second tier this season.
His introduction from the bench in the club’s last two league outings suggests that he is being respectful to Fulham and not in any way forcing a move away from the club, also hinting that his relationship with Marco Silva is strong regardless of the speculation.
Aston Villa still seem to be in pole position in pursuit of his signature rather than Everton, however it is fair to say that their chase has quietened down over the last few days.
Giving Fulham supporters hope of keeping their Rolls Royce central midfielder. Should there be no further updates in the coming days, Anguissa is likely to make the squad when the Cottagers host newly promoted Hull City on Saturday.