Does Arsenal finally plan to sign Ivan Toney in the summer?


Ivan Toney could be on his way to emirates as Arsenal are reportedly planning to sign him. Arsenal are ready to up the ante in their quest to win the race to sign the in-demand Ivan Toney this summer – and a transfer journalist has revealed.

England striker is back doing what he does best after scoring four times in seven games since his return to the Brentford first team following an eight-month suspension for a breach of the FA’s betting regulations.

That run of form is very much in keeping with Toney‘s goal-every-other game for the Bees, having scored 36 times in 73 games since their promotion to the Premier League in 2021.

Toney has been on the radar of many Premier League clubs. Arsenal have been reportedly interested in toney.

Ivan Toney finally moving away from Brentford

Brentford already signing a replacement in the shape of Brazilian striker Igor Thiago, who will cost a fee of £30m from Club Brugge.

They will sell Him in the fee around 60m to 80m.Toney’s deal at the Brentford due to expire in summer 2025, and with talk of him signing an extension seemingly on ice.

Brentford boss Frank, who has admitted it would be “fun” to see what his striker can do at another side.

“It is relatively obvious that Ivan Toney will probably be sold this summer,” Frank told the Danish media via

We also know what he is worth. I don’t think there are many strikers in the world who are better than him right now.

“He is a really skilled striker who is in his prime football age. Personally, as a coach, I would prefer to keep Toney.But one day it could be fun to see him on a top team.”

However, while transfer journalist Dean Jones has claimed the Gunners’ interest in signing Toney must be taken seriously. He has revealed how Gunners sporting director Edu hopes to land his top target for a vastly-reduced fee.

 leaks out of Arsenal around their interest in Toney have been pretty non-existent. But other sources around a potential deal say there is genuine interest from the Gunners. That hould be taken seriously,” Jones told.

“At this stage our information suggests they lead the race to sign him.They are hopeful his value can fall somewhere below £60million.”

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