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Report: London club set to strike new agreement with teenage wonderkid, Leeds and West Ham keen

Team Talk claim Fulham are set to secure the future of Fabio Carvalho – despite interest from Leeds, West Ham and some of Europe’s biggest clubs.

Carvalho, 19, has been in stunning form for recently-relegated Fulham – who are now under the guidance of Marco Silva at Craven Cottage.

Having made his debut and scored in the Premier League under Scott Parker last term, he has started all five of Fulham’s league games this term.

His form has been stunning, scoring three goals and laying on an assist. Fulham sit top of the Championship, and Carvalho is crucial to that.

However, his current contract ends in June 2022 – The Sun on Sunday (8/8; page 66) said his future was attracting interest from West Ham and Leeds.

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Carvalho contract: Fulham set to shut door on Leeds and West Ham

The new report from Team Talk says Leeds and West Ham have taken a look. They also name Barcelona as a club that have been scouting him.

Six other European giants considering Carvalho include Lyon, Monaco and Borussia Dortmund as well as Portuguese trio Lisbon, Benfica and Porto.

But all those that are interested are set to be frustrated in their approach. That is because Fulham are set to strike an agreement with the teen talent.

The report states that a new deal is in the offing, a long-term contract. Leeds, West Ham, Barcelona and others will have to look elsewhere.

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