Ivan Toney (Brentford), who is under disciplinary action, is finally on the market.

Brentford manager Thomas Frank announced on the 19th (Korean time) that Tony can be sold if an appropriate transfer fee is offered. “I think every club in the world, with the exception of five or six clubs, is a ‘selling club’ and we are no exception,” he said. “I think it’s the right time for Tony to leave, but it’s not my decision.” He said.

He added: “I understand why there are a lot of rumors. I don’t think there are many strikers on the planet better than Tony. We have Kane, Lewandowski and Haaland, but not many players can score 20 goals for a team like Brentford. We are top tier. “We don’t create as many chances as six teams. Imagine Tony is in the best team. He will easily score 20 to 25 goals. He could be sold if the price is right.”

Tony is not currently at Graumd. He was banned from playing for eight months and fined 50,000 pounds by the England Football Association in May. He is accused of 232 counts of gambling outside the rules between 2017 and 2021.

Tony will not be able to play until January 16th of next year. He just said he can start training from this month.

Tony has already emerged as a ‘hot potato’ in the January winter transfer market. Chelsea, Arsenal, and Tottenham are also interested.

Brentford are demanding at least 70 million pounds (approximately 115 billion won) for Tony’s transfer fee.

Manager Frank said: “Tony has calmness, a good mentality and finishing ability, so you can see why clubs are paying attention to him. But he is a Brentford player. Strikers are the most expensive on the market. “If you want it, it’s going to be very expensive,” he said.

Totti was an ‘outsider’ who did not receive much attention. He grew up at fourth division Northampton Town, before moving to Newcastle in 2015 but failing to establish himself.바카라사이트

He continued his loan spell before moving to Peterborough United in the Third Division in 2018. His potential began to explode at Peterborough, leading to a move to second division side Brentford in 2020.

Tony, who led Brentford’s promotion to the first division by scoring 31 goals in the Championship in the 2020-2021 season, scored 12 goals in the English Premier League in the 2021-2022 season and 20 goals last season. Tottenham attempted to sign Tony, Harry Kane’s back-up, in 2020, but it did not become a reality.