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Leeds United have been linked with a move to sign Fulham teenager Fabio Carvalho, who can now call himself an award-winner.

Carvalho, 19, was once on the book at Benfica before moving to England.

After a short spell with Balham, Carvalho joined the Fulham ranks in 2014 – and now looks set for stardom.

Carvalho made his Premier League debut last season and is now starting regularly as a playmaker for Marco Silva.

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Carvalho attracting major interest from Leeds, West Ham and even Real Madrid

The Daily Mail reported over the summer that Leeds United and West Ham Untied were both keen on signing Carvalho.

Fulham managed to get out of the summer transfer window with Carvalho still at the club, but that interest won’t just go away.

The Mail have since added that Real Madrid want Carvalho too, with lofty interest emerging.

Carvalho is out of contract at the end of the season and Leeds may well challenge Real for the teenager’s signature.

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Carvalho clinches EFL award

In August, Carvalho hit three goals and one assist in just five games.

Carvalho lit up the Championship, showing that he is more than ready to make an impact in the second tier.

On Monday, it was confirmed that Carvalho has now won the EFL’s Young Player of the Month award for August.

Carvalho is thriving in the Championship and clearly on a path to stardom.

HIs performances aren’t going unnoticed with Leeds and Real keen, and they have now been recognised with an award.

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