Brentford Chief Issues Major Ivan Toney Transfer Warning To Chelsea And Arsenal

Written By Albert Echatah

In order to get Ivan Toney in the January transfer window, Arsenal and Chelsea will have to pay a “decent transfer fee,” according to Lee Dykes, technical director of Brentford.

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In January, Toney is scheduled to return to football after serving his eight-month ban for violating the betting regulations of the Football Association.

But, given that both Chelsea and Arsenal have looked into possible transfer during the forthcoming transfer window, the striker—who finished the previous season with 20 goals in the Premier League—may have already played his final game for Brentford.

Although Dykes acknowledges that Toney might leave Brentford “very shortly,” he is sure that the 27-year-old won’t be allowed to leave for a lowball offer.

‘I am so excited for Ivan to come back because I see him out there in training and he is some player; it looks like he’s never been away,’ Dykes said in an interview with Brentford’s in-house media team.

‘There’s a real ambition from him and I can see in his eyes that he’s going to be better than he’s ever been; I really believe that will be the case.

‘So there should be interest, and maybe the time comes very shortly that Ivan moves on to another club. But they will have to pay a decent transfer fee to acquire his services because he is some talent.’

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Erik ten Hag is anxious to prevent Jadon Sancho from making a “empty gesture,” therefore Manchester United is apparently willing to accept a “significant loss” on him.

Sancho has a disruptive impact on the rest of United’s team, according to manager Ten Hag, who is determined to get rid of the winger.

This season, Sancho and Ten Hag had a nasty falling out, with the Dutchman publicly criticizing his player in the media for his lack of effort in practice. After spending £73 million on him in 2021, United is now willing to suffer a “significant loss” on the player in the January transfer window.


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