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Mikel Arteta’s side are expected to show interest again in the summer. Toney won’t come cheap, either, with Brentford expected to hold steadfast on their valuation of the star,” said Frank.
“We know what he’s worth. I don’t think there are many strikers in the world who are better than him right now.
He’s a really good striker who is in his prime footballing age. Personally, as a coach, I would prefer to keep Toney, but one day it could be fun to see him at a top team.
This winter, we actually had no bids for him, but it would surprise me if there aren’t a lot of clubs interested in him.”