West Ham could face strong competition from Real Madrid for Fulham ace Fabio Carvalho next summer according to a report from the Daily Mail.

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Hammers boss David Moyes wants to bring Carvalho to the London Stadium according to a report from the Daily Mail.

The East London outfit will allegedly now have to fight off European giants Real Madrid, however.

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West Ham allegedly will have to battle Real Madrid for the signature of Fabio Carvalho next summer (Photo by Marc Atkins/Getty Images)

Carvalho has absolutely lit up the Championship already this season.

West Ham face Madrid competition for Carvalho

The teenager really is an incredibly gifted player. He has dazzled with his precocity over the past year or so.

And the Daily Mail claims that Real Madrid want to sign him on a free next summer with new contract talks with Fulham having hit the buffers.

David Moyes will be desperate to win the race for Carvalho’s signature. He really does have something special about him.

 

The teenager has made 11 senior appearances for the west London outfit, scoring four goals in the process.

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Fabio Carvalho in action for Fulham (Photo by Marc Atkins/Getty Images)

Carvalho has racked up 33 goals and 19 assists in 82 games for Fulham’s youth teams (Transfermarkt).

Football League World describe him as an incredible talent.

His potential availability on a free transfer next summer means that one club will end up with any absolutely incredible bargain.

Whether that will be West Ham or Real Madrid, however, remains to be seen.

Here’s a glimpse of what the talented teenager is capable of:

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Let’s just hope that we manage to get this one done. Carvalho would be a truly sensational signing for West Ham. It must be said though, if Real Madrid do indeed come knocking for the 19-year-old, our chances of bringing him to the London Stadium will be slim to say the least.

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