Brentford have set an asking price of £80million for and target .
The striker is currently serving an eight-month ban for betting offences but he’s returned to first-team training in the last month as he gears up for a return.
Toney is free to play again from January 17th, and the break has given the striker a time to mull over his future.
While he’s thankful for the help that Brentford have afforded him, he’s keen to leave the club.
Chelsea and Arsenal have been the main interested parties in Toney, and both clubs have struggled in front of goal this term.
Mauricio Pochettino’s side, in particular, are light in attack and the Argentine has been forced to defend Nico Jackson from fierce criticism.
But the say a move for the striker will not come on the cheap, as the Bees are seeking a club-record departure with a fee of £80m.
That wouldn’t be beyond either side, but Chelsea and Arsenal would look to pay around £50m for the striker who turns 28 in March.
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