Chelsea and Everton are keen on an arrangement to land Ivaen Toney from Brentford this late summer, says Peterborough Director of Football Barry Fry. Ivan has appreciated the best goalscoring period of his vocation during his first mission at Brentford, having endorsed from Peterborough last term.
After consecutive periods of scoring 20 or more objectives for the League One outfit, Brentford bought the striker for a total that could ascend to £10 million.
The arrangement has demonstrated they have gotten a deal with Toney as he has gotten multiple times in 44 Championship appearances for the group, helping them to advancement to the Premier League. Furthermore, Barry has uncovered that two Premier League clubs are keen on his previous player, anticipating that he should go for upwards of £40 million.
He disclosed to This Is Futbol: "I actually think [teams] like Everton and even Chelsea [are intrigued by him]. "I realize Chelsea are taking a gander at the top scope of focus advances, however I realize they've watched him and like him, and in the event that they don't get A, B, and C, who can say for sure?"
"Then, at that point I anticipate that Ivan should go for £40m, £45m, £50m, however now he has them in the Premier League, just the top clubs could bear the cost of him." The Blues are unmistakably quick to complete the expected arrangement to convey a No.9 who the club can depend on to convey a reliable stockpile of objectives.
Midfielder Jorginho completed as Chelsea's top scorer in the first class despite amazingly scoring every one of the seven of his objectives from the punishment spot.
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