- Fulham are prepared to allow Carlos Vinicius to leave before the window closes
- But the club will only consider permanent offers for the former Benfica striker
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Carlos Vinicius is a loan target for top clubs in Europe and Brazil but Fulham will only consider offers for a permanent sale and want more than £9million.
Bayer Leverkusen in Germany, Sevilla and Valencia in Spain, Atletico-MG and Sao Paulo in Brazil are all interested in the 28-year-old Brazilian centre-forward who has been little used by Marco Silva this season.
Vinicius, a former Tottenham, Benfica and PSV striker, is ready to leave Craven Cottage for a new challenge but fears the price tag will cost him the chance.
Fulham signed him in September 2022 from Benfica where he scored 24 goals in 49 games and was top scorer in the Portuguese League in 2019-20.
Fulham are prepared to allow out-of-favour striker Carlos Vinicius to leave the club
The Cottagers will not let Vinicius leave on loan and are only considering a permanent sale
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He also had loan spells at Tottenham and PSV.
Fulham are interested in signing Armando Broja from Chelsea, who want £40m for their homegrown Albania international.