Premier League clubs ready to battle for Brentford's Ivan Toney (1 Viewer)

Brentford striker Ivan Toney has expressed his intention to leave the club, with Chelsea, Arsenal, and Tottenham Hotspur showing interest. Currently serving an eight-month suspension for breaking the Football Association's betting rules, Toney has resumed training with Brentford.

His suspension will end during the winter transfer window, and he's already linked with a move away. Chelsea is reportedly optimistic about signing Toney, as they seek a striker in January. Arsenal has long been interested in him, and Tottenham is also eyeing him to bolster their squad after failing to find a replacement for Harry Kane in the summer.

Recent reports suggest that Toney discussed his future with Brentford's manager, Thomas Frank. The player aims to make a move in January to advance his career. Brentford may consider letting him go if a potential suitor meets their £60 million asking price. With Toney pushing for a transfer, it's possible that he has played his last game for the club.

Toney is under contract with Brentford until June 2025 and has spent the past three years with the team, arriving from Peterborough United in 2020. During his time with Brentford, he has scored 68 goals and provided 21 assists in 124 appearances across all competitions.

Brentford is already identifying replacements for Toney, with Antonio Nusa from Club Brugge among the potential targets.

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