Sources: Man Utd want to sign “extraordinary” £40m striker who bullied Lisandro Martinez

Brentford are unwilling to lower their demands for striker Ivan Toney despite interest from Manchester United and Tottenham this summer, GIVEMESPORT sources have revealed.

The Bees, who have recently lowered their valuation of the England international, are set to stick to the £60million price tag for Toney this summer.

Man United and Tottenham both value the 28-year-old at £40million and would be willing to strike a deal in this region, according to GMS sources.

It remains to be seen if Brentford are willing to cash in for less on Toney this summer as he approaches his final year of contract – the Bees risk losing him for free next year.

Last season, Toney came back from an eight-month ban after he breached FA betting rulesand helped Thomas Frank’s side survive in the Premier League as Brentford finished 16th.

His return to football saw Toney, who has been described as ‘extraordinary’ by Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola, regain a spot in Gareth Southgate’s England squad as he jetted off to Germany with the Three Lions for Euro 2024.

Brentford Reluctant to Lower Toney Demands

Amid Premier League interest

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