FABIO CARVALHO is going nowhere this month after a blow against Liverpool and West Ham.
The top two Premier League teams are chasing the highly rated winger who is out of contract at the end of the season.
But Championship Fulham are digging deep and are determined to turn down any corporate offers for their newest teen star.
That is though they will probably lose him in the summer.
Carvalho, 18, has drawn interest from the top big guns.
He put in an exciting performance as Fulham pursued immediate promotion back to the Premier League.
A source told SunSport: “Promotion back to the Premier League must be worth around £170m for Fulham.
“No amount of money they could get for Fabio would be worth it if they sold him now.”
Owner Marco Silva and the club are trying to convince him to sign a new long-term contract and continue his football studies at Craven Cottage.
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Liverpool and The Hammers have been heavily linked with a move to Carvalho in recent weeks as they work to push for next season’s Champions League spot.
Fulham sold rookie centre-back Harvey Elliott to Liverpool last year through an arbitration tribunal and netted them a final record fee of £4.3m.
Carvalho, who played for England at youth level, will have to go through the same process even if he doesn’t sign a new contract with Fulham and decides to leave as a free agent, as he has not yet signed a new contract with Fulham. 24 years old enough.
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https://www.thesun.ie/sport/football/8240216/liverpool-west-ham-fabio-carvalho-transfer-fulham/ Liverpool and West Ham in transfer Fabio Carvalho strike as Fulham refuse to sell 18-year-old despite contract drop