FABIO CARVALHO is going nowhere in a jiffy for Liverpool and West Ham this month.
The top four Premier League teams are chasing a highly rated winger who is out of contract at the end of the season.
But Championship Fulham are digging in and will vehemently reject any firm bids for their latest teen star.
Even if they lose it in the summer.
Carvalho, 18, has attracted interest from the top-flight big guns.
He has had a string of exciting performances in Fulham’s attempt to get promoted immediately to the Premier League.
A source told SunSport: “Promotion back to the Premier League should cost Fulham around £170 million.
“Any amount they couldn’t get for Fabio if they sold him now.”
Boss Marco Silva and the club are doing their best to persuade him to sign a new long-term deal and continue his football education at Craven’s Cottage.
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Liverpool and The Hammers have been linked in recent weeks with a move to Carvalho as he bids to make his move to Champions League football next season.
Fulham sold rookie midfielder Harvey Elliott to Liverpool via a tribunal last year, which eventually fetched him a record fee of up to £4.3million.
Carvalho, who played for England at youth level, will have to go through the same process even though he doesn’t sign a new deal with Fulham and decides to go as a free agent, as he is under 24 .
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