BREAKING NEWS: Brentford are now in talks with Ivan Toney replacement ahead of January transfer Window with personal already sorted.

Brentford are considering Patson Daka as a possible replacement for Ivan Toney, according to FootballTransfers.

According to sources, Thomas Frank’s team is already assessing its alternatives, with their star striker poised to leave in the January transfer window. Tottenham and Manchester United have both expressed interest, and Chelsea has also been mentioned.

Bournemouth have also been informed that they have not given up on signing Leicester City’s wanted-away striker despite having a loan deal rejected in the summer.

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If the England international leaves in January, the Cherries are interested in signing him. Meanwhile, sources tell us that Saudi Pro League clubs are receiving encouragement from some places that a deal is possible.

Daka is set to leave the Foxes in the January transfer window due to a lack of game time at the Midlands club, having just played 26 minutes this season. Daka’s contract with former club RB Salzburg has a €7 million (£6 million) release clause that will take effect the next time he plays.
Daka, who has a difficult relationship with Foxes manager Enzo Mareska, is also coveted by AC Milan, who is willing to pay €17.5 million for him.

Leicester, on the other hand, The player is valued at roughly €29 million ahead of the winter transfer window. Daka has played 74 games and scored 15 goals in two seasons with Leicester.
Indeed, Bournemouth’s mooted loan deal for the Zambia striker fell through over the summer, despite allowing Wales forward Kieffer Moore to join Millwall at the time.

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Daka appears to be on his way out of Leicester.

The 24-year-old joined Leicester from RB Salzburg in 2021 for €30 million, but has battled for form in recent seasons.
He was brought in to give competition for attackers Kelechi Iheanacho and Jamie Vardy up front for Leicester.

Daka scored 27 goals in just 28 league appearances in his final season in the Austrian Bundesliga.

In his final season, he was the leading scorer and was named player of the year.


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