BREAKING NEWS: Biggest news coming from Old Trafford, Ivan Toney has reportedly agreed to joining Manchester United, as the team needs a big name striker to bolster their attack. According to Romano, Toney is prepared to accept huge terms of £250,000 per week for moving to Old Trafford. Toney currently earns a meager £36,000 a week at Brentford; his contract is set to end in the summer as he finally accepts big money move to Manchester United.


Ivan Toney has reportedly expressed interest in joining Manchester United, with the team in dire need of a prominent striker to enhance their attacking prowess.

According to The Sun, Toney is willing to accept a substantial contract worth £250,000 per week to make the move to Old Trafford. If this deal materializes, the England international would earn more than Manchester United’s captain, Bruno Fernandes.

Currently earning a modest £36,000 per week at Brentford, Toney’s contract with the club is set to expire in the summer of 2025. Considering Manchester United’s reputation for offering lucrative contracts to their players and their already substantial wage bill, Toney’s aspiration for a substantial deal to join the club comes as no surprise.

The Sun also reports that Arsenal and Chelsea withdrew their interest in Toney after learning of Brentford’s £100 million asking price.

Manchester United secured a new striker ahead of the current season by acquiring Rasmus Hojlund from Atalanta for an initial fee of £64 million. While the 21-year-old initially struggled in the Premier League, a remarkable run of seven goals in six games at the start of the year sparked hope among fans. However, Hojlund has since endured a goal drought in his last four league appearances, all of which ended in defeats for the Red Devils.

It remains uncertain whether Manchester United will pursue a move for Toney, but the clock is ticking for Brentford to capitalize on his potential departure before his contract expires in June 2025 at the G-Tech Community Stadium.

With changes expected at Manchester United in the summer, particularly in strengthening various positions, new co-owner Sir Jim Ratcliffe is determined to rejuvenate the club and propel them back to the summit of English football following a disappointing season.

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