Fabio Carvalho has rejected Fulham’s offer of a new contract, according to the Sun’s Tom Barclay.

The teenage starlet has turned down what Barclay describes as ‘a substantial offer’ and further negotiations are now unlikely with Carvalho’s current deal expiring at the end of this season. Carvalho has been linked with a hosts of European clubs and the nineteen year-old has apparently been watched by representatives from at least ten Premier League sides this season.

He has just returned to Marco Silva’s squad, appearing as a late substitute in Saturday’s 3-0 win over West Brom, after missing nine matches through a combination of a toe injury and coronavirus. The attacking midfielder made five appearances under Scott Parker last season, with all of his league games coming after Fulham had been relegated from the top flight. He started the new campaign in fine form under Silva and has scored three times this term – adding a single assist.