‘Please, please’, ‘Baller’ – These West Ham fans rave as GSB eyes ‘fantastic signing’

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Floating on Twitter, many West Ham United fans have been praising a transfer update involving exciting young striker Fabio Carvalho.



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The talented teenager has continued to thrive at Craven Cottage since breaking into Fulham’s first team in 2020, pick up the EFL Young Player of the Month for August while continuing to show its potential.

His current contract at Fulham expires at the end of the season, prompting clubs to take a serious interest in the young England starlet, with West Ham apparently among his many suitors according to TEAMtalk. Indeed, they have claimed that the Irons, and by extension owners GSB, have Carvalho in their sights as talks of an extension dropout at his current club.

The Hammers are joined by Spurs, Liverpool and Southampton in being linked with the youngster, with this trio also believed to be keeping tabs on the 19-year-old with a view to a move.

West Ham fans rave…

Amid this development, many West Ham fans have been raving on Twitter, and it’s not hard to see why given Carvalho’s performances and high ceiling.

Check out some of their best reactions to the news their club want him below, with one Hammers fan calling the player a ‘fantastic signing’.

“I would take Fabio Carvalho. He’s the kind of signing we should be making, lots of potential but already proving he can score and perform at this level. Once the transfer window opens for us in about 10 days…hopefully we will move on.

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“Yes please”

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“Ball”

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“please please please please”

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“It would be a fantastic signing.”

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“I wanted it years ago, it would be perfect for Lanzini as a backup.”

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