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Brentford officially reveals it can sell Ivan Toney to Arsenal on one condition

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Brentford has emphatically quashed speculations surrounding the potential departure of Ivan Toney to Arsenal during the ongoing January transfer window. Amidst fervent interest from the Gunners in acquiring the prolific striker, Brentford manager Thomas Frank has unequivocally declared that there are no intentions to part ways with Toney, setting a high valuation that only an “unbelievable price” could possibly meet via the media.

As Toney’s impressive track record of 20 Premier League goals and 4 assists in the previous season serves as a compelling testament to his striking prowess, the anticipation surrounding his return to action following a disciplinary hiatus has only intensified. Having been banned from football until January 2024 due to admissions of multiple breaches of Football Association betting rules, the resumption of Toney’s career has sparked considerable interest from Arsenal, who view him as a potential asset to bolster their push for success in the Premier League title race.

However, amidst Arsenal’s aspirations to secure Toney’s services, Brentford remains resolute in their stance on retaining the talented striker. Thomas Frank’s unequivocal declaration serves as a staunch reaffirmation of the club’s unwavering commitment to keeping Toney within their ranks, as he expressed, “He is a Brentford player. I can’t see why we would sell him and I would love to have him for a longer time. It needs to be an unbelievable price. So he will stay here.”

As Arsenal continues to navigate their pursuit of reinforcements during the January transfer window, the formidable stance adopted by Brentford underscores the challenges that lie ahead for the Gunners in their quest to secure Toney’s services. With Arsenal currently positioned in 4th place on the Premier League table, collecting 40 points from 20 league games in the 2023/24 campaign, the outcome of potential transfer negotiations with Brentford could significantly impact the Gunners’ ambitions for the remainder of the season.

Hello there, Am Mumbere Ausbel from Uganda and I am a writer at Arsenal True Fans and I love watching football matches so much because it's my favourite sport. I am an optimistic person who usually likes to look at the good side of everything.

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