Fulham will refuse to sell teenage sensation Fabio Carvalho this month, according to the Sun.

The in-form attacking midfielder is into the last six months of his Craven Cottage contract and has been linked with a move to Liverpool and West Ham in the last couple of days. But the Championship leaders have decided not to cash in on the 19 year-old in January – as they see him as integral to their promotion push and Marco Silva still hopes to convince him to commit his future to the Cottagers.

The Sun quotes a source as saying:

“Promotion back to the Premier League must be worth around £170 million to Fulham. No amount of money they could get for Fabio would be worth that if they sell him now.”

The England youth international, who scored on his first Premier League start last, has enjoyed an outstanding campaign under Silva as the Whites look to return to the top flight at the first time of asking. Carvalho has scored seven goals in sixteen appearances for Fulham this season, adding two assists.