Brentford Star Hints on Arsenal Transfer Stand

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Brentford Star Ivan Toney has increased speculation about his future by liking a social media comment about joining Arsenal in January.


The 27-year-old Brentford Star Toney is presently facing an eight-month ban from the Football Association for breaking their betting regulations. The England international’s suspension expires next month, and Arsenal is interested in acquiring him. To increase their chances of winning the Premier League.
Toney, whose contract is set to expire in January, is projected to fetch close to £100 million from Brentford. By like a message made on his Instagram account by actor Michael Ward, the striker has now fueled transfer speculations.

Ward said, “Arsenal do the right thing?” following Toney’s posting of several photos of himself. The player liked the remark in response, thrilling Gunners supporters.

Only Erling Haaland (36 goals) and Harry Kane (30 goals) scored more goals in the Premier League than Toney did in the previous campaign. Although London rivals Chelsea are reportedly considering a bid for Toney. It is believed that Arsenal is dominating the fight for his signing.

Brentford Star Signing

Because of the Premier League’s Profit and Sustainability criteria, Arsenal could have to sell players in January in order to pay for Toney. The Gunners signed Declan Rice, Kai Havertz, Jurrien Timber, and David Raya on loan. Throughout the summer for a total of more than £200 million.

With Eddie Nketiah scoring just five goals in the league this season and Gabriel Jesus scoring just three. Arsenal is obviously in need of a prolific striker. They presently lead the table by one point and are trying to win a championship for the first time in twenty years.
The Gunners are unwilling to overpay for Toney. Lee Dykes, technical director at Brentford, has stated that although they will consider bids, they won’t sell him cheaply. “There will be a lot of interest in Ivan in January,” stated Dykes.

However, because he is a talented player, they will need to spend a respectable transfer price to obtain his services. A player won’t be sold until we are prepared to sell.

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