Marco Silva will have to fight to keep four of his first-team regulars at Fulham ahead of the January transfer window.

The cases of Joao Palhinha and Tosin Adarabioyo are well known, but there is growing interest in Andreas Pereira and Antonee Robinson.

Silva does not want to lose either of those players, and the Fulham ownership is willing to support the manager in his efforts to keep his squad together.

However, both players are essential to Silva’s style of play, so any offers for them will be rejected.

Silva signed a new contract in October, with the goal of strengthening the squad over the next two transfer windows

Fulham facing fight to keep four key Silva men as Saudi club eyes another Cottage raid and Liverpool also lurk

With star midfielder Palhinha being pursued by top clubs in England and abroad, and striker Aleksandar Mitrovic still not replaced from last summer, this is a critical time for the club, who also face a Carabao Cup semi-final against Liverpool.

That is a historic event for Fulham, who have never reached the League Cup Final, and sources indicate that no current first-team players will be lost.

Fulham is eager to work on new contracts in

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