Leicester City has been tipped to make a summer move for Brentford City striker Ivan Toney.
The 24-year-old has been lighting up the English Championship and there have been reports that he might not stay longer at Brentford should the team fail to gain promotion at the end of the current campaign.
The Mirror claims that Leicester is just one of the many Premier League clubs interested in the player who has scored 24 goals in 30 appearances for the Bees this season.
Apart from the Brendan Rodgers side, the former Peterborough United star is believed to be on the radar of Arsenal and West Ham United but Leicester is the frontrunner for his signature as they look for a long term replacement for Jamie Vardy.
The deal might however be complicated if Brentford gets promoted to the Premier League as the striker feels that he will be guaranteed more playing time at his current station than the clubs he is being linked with.
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