Report: Club now fear their ‘fantastic’ prospect is going to leave, after claims Liverpool and Spurs are keen
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Report: Club now fear their 'fantastic' prospect is going to leave, after claims Liverpool and Spurs are keen

Fulham youngster, Fabio Carvalho, may have already agreed a move to the Premier League this summer, with Tottenham and Liverpool fronting the queue to sign the exciting forward.

Reports in recent weeks have stated how Carvalho has yet to pun to paper on a new contract with Fulham. It comes in the midst of further claims that Liverpool have been scouting the teenager closely. And now, according to TeamTalk, it’s claimed Fulham are more fearful than ever of losing Carvalho for nothing.

TeamTalk suggest that Fulham believe Carvalho may have already agreed a deal elsewhere. A quartet of Premier League clubs are keeping watch, including Tottenham and Liverpool. West Ham and Southampton are the other top-flight clubs named in the report.

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Carvalho has burst onto the scene in the last 12 months and has scored four goals for Marco Silva’s side this season.

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Silva, who previously hailed Carvalho as a ‘fantastic’ player, is said to be fully aware of the situation. Indeed, he has even spoken out recently and said it is up to the player to decide if he really wants to be at Fulham.

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Liverpool helped themselves to Harvey Elliott, while Tottenham paid big money to sign Ryan Sessegnon. There is history here with Fulham and the Premier League pair, so a move for Carvalho wouldn’t be unusual.

Carvalho has been outstanding since his emergence in fairness to him. It’s little wonder Premier League clubs are watching. For the player himself, a move to either club would be huge. Of course, Liverpool have given chances to a number of young players in recent times. While at Spurs, Antonio Conte could be a huge lure.

Either way, it looks like Fulham are going to be the ones left suffering.

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