Chelsea Open The Door For Thomas Frank To Make The Perfect £60 Million Signing If He Joins Man United

Chelsea may let Manchester United a free run at Ivan Toney if the Red Devils sign the striker’s manager, Thomas Frank, from Brentford. Toney was previously linked with both the Blues and Arsenal, but they appear to have moved on to other alternatives....CONTINUE READING THE ARTICLE FROM THE SOURCE

United are also looking for a striker this summer, with Erik ten Hag recently stating that he hoped to add another option in the final third during the January transfer window to cover Rasmus Hojlund.

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The Dutchman’s transfer request, however, went unanswered, which might prove significant in his career given that the former Ajax manager is now widely expected to be fired over the summer and replaced by a new face in the dugout.

According to The Telegraph, Brentford manager Frank has emerged as a’strong contender’ to become United’s manager at the end of the season. The 50-year-old is regarded as a suitable fit for the new structure at Old Trafford, and the Dane may want to bring Toney with him to Manchester.

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Frank has helped Toney thrive in recent years, therefore it would be unsurprising if the Bees manager attempted to rejoin with the striker at the Theatre of Dreams this summer. Toney has publicly expressed his desire to move to a top club at the end of the season, and the opportunity to be the face of a fresh project under Frank might be very appealing.

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Brentford will not part ways with the England international cheaply, yet Chelsea may unintentionally give United a significant advantage in discussions. According to the Mirror, if the Blues and Arsenal do not make offers for Toney, the Bees will reduce their asking price to £60 million.