Real Madrid is keen on signing Carvalho from Fulham

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Real Madrid is reportedly keeping an eye on Fulham youngster Fabio Carvalho for a possible transfer. The youngster will be a free agent next summer and many clubs will look to sign Carvalho.

The 18-year-old youngster has been in fine form for Fulham. Carvalho made his debut with Fulham in 2020 and has since played 11 games for Fulham. He has scored 4 goals in those 11 appearances which are rarely impressive for an 18-year-old.

Carvalho’s ability with the ball and skills with the ball is what the clubs are most impressed with. The Fulham academy player has been very impressive this season in the Championship. Carvalho has started all 5 games for Fulham and has scored 3 goals and assisted once.

Although Fulham is willing to keep the youngster at the club, the Cottagers will have to convince Carvalho as many approaches will be made. With Real Madrid looking to strengthen their attacking lines, they will try and sign Carvalho.

Real Madrid strenghtening with youngsters like Carvalho

With interest for Carvalho, It is clear that Madrid is looking to build a squad for the future. With the recent signing of 18-year old Camavinga, Vinicius, and Rorygo upfront and Valverde and Miguel coming in from the Academy, The Los Blancos look to already have a team for the future.

Further expected signings like one of Kylian Mbappe’s imminent arrival next summer, suggest that Madrid is ready to build a strong squad for the upcoming seasons. If Real Madrid manages to sign Carvalho, it would be an exciting signing arriving at the Bernabeu. The youngster will bring in loads of skillful play just like Vinicius and Rodrygo.

With the squad rebuilding process and some new exciting signings arriving, Real Madrid looks to get back their Laliga thrown going above their city rivals Atletico Madrid and challengers Barcelona.

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