• July 25, 2024

Arsenal Transfers: Edu Excited by Incredibly Discounted Ivan Toney Price

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Edu could reportedly bring Ivan Toney to Arsenal at a heavily discounted price (Image: GETTY)

Arsenal director Edu will be delighted that Ivan Toney has reportedly been put up for sale by Brentford at a heavily discounted price. The Gunners are said to be long-term admirers of Toney, who has been open about his desire to play for a top club after emerging as one of the Premier League’s finest marksmen.

The Brentford striker was linked with a transfer away in the January window, but nothing materialized and he ended up staying in west London. He is widely expected to move on at the end of the season, with a number of top clubs thought to be keen on snapping him up in the summer. Arsenal are unlikely to be the only club in the race to land Toney, though, with Chelsea and West Ham also thought to be monitoring him closely.

The Hammers are said to have already reached out to Brentford to discuss a potential move but talks between the two clubs are ‘not hot’ at this stage. The Brentford striker continues to be heavily linked with a move to the Emirates Stadium (Image: GETTY)

Toney is only contracted to Brentford until the summer of 2025, giving the Bees a dilemma over whether to cash in later this year to avoid losing him for nothing in the future. Speaking to Danish magazine Tipsbladet in February, Frank said: “It’s quite obvious that Ivan Toney will most likely be sold in the summer.

It can be expensive to sell your best player, but on the other hand, I also know that by summer, he’ll only have a year left on his contract with us. We also know what he’s worth. This may include adverts from us and 3rd parties based on our understanding.

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“I don’t think there are many strikers in the world who are better than him right now. He’s a really good striker who is in his prime footballing age.

Personally, as a coach, I would prefer to keep Toney, but one day it could be fun to see him at a top team. He is set to be in contention for a place in the England squad for this summer’s Euros after scoring his first international goal from the penalty spot against Belgium last month.

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