BREAKING NEWS: Done and sealed deal Italian renowned sport journalist Fabrizio Romano has confirmed that an agreement has been reached between Chelsea and England international magnificent striker. The club has agreed to pay £80 million to acquire the 24-year-old striker.

In the race for Ivan Toney, CHELSEA and their London rivals are prepared for a three-way contest.


Tottenham and Arsenal, the club’s top brass suspects, are expected to make moves for the contentious £100 million-rated Brentford striker in the upcoming transfer window.

While serving the remaining eight months of an eight-month ban he was handed in May for violating betting regulations, Toney has resumed his training.

And the Premier League’s major clubs in the Capital are beginning to take notice as he gets ready for his eagerly anticipated comeback in January.

Toney, 27, has long been a target for Chelsea and Arsenal. He scored 21 goals for The Bees before serving his suspension near the end of the previous campaign.

However, Stamford Bridge insiders are also confident that Tottenham is preparing a bid to acquire Toney in order to replace Harry Kane.

Spurs have downplayed rumours that they are interested in signing Toney, saying that their priorities for the upcoming season will be to increase defensive cover.

However, Stamford Bridge sources are not persuaded and are getting ready to compete directly with their city neighbours in the transfer market.

After leaving Spurs to join Bayern Munich, a German powerhouse, in the summer, Kane was not immediately replaced, even though Brennan Johnson, a forward, cost £47.5 million.

In an effort to challenge reigning champion Manchester City for the Premier League title, Arsenal has been pursuing Toney for some time to strengthen their offensive line.

Gabriel Jesus, the current striker for Brazil, has only recently resumed playing after missing a month due to injury.

Despite recent goals from recent addition Nicolas Jackson, Chelsea has clearly needed a committed centre forward.

In the two games that the injured Christopher Nkunku has not played, the Senegalese has scored four goals.

However, Chelsea was unable to score in their home games against Nottingham Forest, Aston Villa, and Brentford.


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