Ivan Toney - Signs to June 2025

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Well, the big lad will need a thread here won't he? ;-)
 

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Welcome to LR.
 

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from all the reports on him from Peterborough fans and clips of his goals etc he looks like he should fit us like a glove.... looking forward to seeing what he can do..
 

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Looks just as good as Ollie :)
 

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So if Benrahama and Watkins leave but Mbuemo stays, I hear our new forward line is "Toney and Bry"?

Appropriate as they "cut" through the opposition defences.
 

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From his interview seems like a nice lad, shame they didn't sign him earlier (I suggested him on here when he was at Northampton), but was deluged with comments of him
not being a Brentford type of player.
 

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From his interview seems like a nice lad, shame they didn't sign him earlier (I suggested him on here when he was at Northampton), but was deluged with comments of him
not being a Brentford type of player.

Don't think he would have chosen us over Newcastle tbf
 

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From the clips of him, he really does do a lot of things that Watkins has been doing recently...and he's not been through our system yet! I think he's going to be a super signing.
 

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Playing today.
 

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When he's fully fit, he will be banging them in. Very good first half against Oxford
 

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*Very good first half of the first half against Oxford. Hard to say after that.
 

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Got into good positions - considering he has had 1 day of training with the team before today I'm impressed
 

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Looked good and unlucky not to score.. another fortnight of training will help
 

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Got into good positions - considering he has had 1 day of training with the team before today I'm impressed

Would also have been his first game since March as well.
 

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I think he played in a friendly against derby for Peterborough after lock down, scored I think
 
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Think he will turn out an excellent signing. Will help his career a lot better than going north of the border to the "two team" league.
 

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Think he will turn out an excellent signing. Will help his career a lot better than going north of the border to the "two team" league.

you are not the real Beast of Frankfurt are you ??
 
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Looks like a decent signing wonder if we will play 2 up top or will Watkins go back out wide
 

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From the Peterborough chairman's (Darragh Macanthony) podcast a good 10 mins on the Ivan Toney deal:

  • Rasmus contacts Darragh back in January during their match against Wycombe (Ivan scores 2) trying to buy Toney - Posh turn it down
  • The pandemic happens - during the season restart Rasmus come in again, there's about 2 weeks of negotiating (looking for a pandemic discount), Celtic pop up plus a few other clubs
  • Eventually a fee plus add ons was agreed about 7 weeks ago,
  • It seems we couldn't initially agree personal terms and so Peterborough started to talk to other clubs, before Rasmus phone's up last week to confirm it's all sorted.
  • If Peterborough had waited till longer in the window, they probably could have sold him for more..(Prem cubs were asking about him)
  • Very achievable add ons
  • One club came in with a fee, half of what we paid and said they will wait till Jan and pick him up on a pre-signing contract if they couldn't get him now...
  • Darragh seems convinced Brentford will either get promoted or sell Toney for 25-35 million (Posh will make another 3-4 million)
  • Last summer Toney wanted to move and a Championship club came in offering him 6-7k a week, he was persuaded to stay and now he is potentially earning 5 times that .
 

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Looks like a decent signing wonder if we will play 2 up top or will Watkins go back out wide
I'd imagine it will be Ivan up front, Said and Ollie playing behind him and Raya and Bryan out wide.
 
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From the Peterborough chairman's (Darragh Macanthony) podcast a good 10 mins on the Ivan Toney deal:

  • Rasmus contacts Darragh back in January during their match against Wycombe (Ivan scores 2) trying to buy Toney - Posh turn it down
  • The pandemic happens - during the season restart Rasmus come in again, there's about 2 weeks of negotiating (looking for a pandemic discount), Celtic pop up plus a few other clubs
  • Eventually a fee plus add ons was agreed about 7 weeks ago,
  • It seems we couldn't initially agree personal terms and so Peterborough started to talk to other clubs, before Rasmus phone's up last week to confirm it's all sorted.
  • If Peterborough had waited till longer in the window, they probably could have sold him for more..(Prem cubs were asking about him)
  • Very achievable add ons
  • One club came in with a fee, half of what we paid and said they will wait till Jan and pick him up on a pre-signing contract if they couldn't get him now...
  • Darragh seems convinced Brentford will either get promoted or sell Toney for 25-35 million (Posh will make another 3-4 million)
  • Last summer Toney wanted to move and a Championship club came in offering him 6-7k a week, he was persuaded to stay and now he is potentially earning 5 times that .

This is great. Thanks for posting.

I wonder who budged and by how much on personal terms...
 

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From the Peterborough chairman's (Darragh Macanthony) podcast a good 10 mins on the Ivan Toney deal:

  • Rasmus contacts Darragh back in January during their match against Wycombe (Ivan scores 2) trying to buy Toney - Posh turn it down
  • The pandemic happens - during the season restart Rasmus come in again, there's about 2 weeks of negotiating (looking for a pandemic discount), Celtic pop up plus a few other clubs
  • Eventually a fee plus add ons was agreed about 7 weeks ago,
  • It seems we couldn't initially agree personal terms and so Peterborough started to talk to other clubs, before Rasmus phone's up last week to confirm it's all sorted.
  • If Peterborough had waited till longer in the window, they probably could have sold him for more..(Prem cubs were asking about him)
  • Very achievable add ons
  • One club came in with a fee, half of what we paid and said they will wait till Jan and pick him up on a pre-signing contract if they couldn't get him now...
  • Darragh seems convinced Brentford will either get promoted or sell Toney for 25-35 million (Posh will make another 3-4 million)
  • Last summer Toney wanted to move and a Championship club came in offering him 6-7k a week, he was persuaded to stay and now he is potentially earning 5 times that .

:eek:
 

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We have moved on to another level by looks of it in relation to wages etc. The days of selling 3 players to the likes of Birmingham or any Championship club appear over.

Nowadays we look like we'll only sell to PL clubs or Overseas and are no longer seen as merely a stepping stone to bigger things.

Great times.
 

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:imwith: Of all the astonishing changes to our club within the last decade the one I struggle to get my head around the most is that we're now paying wages in excess of £30k/week
 

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:imwith: Of all the astonishing changes to our club within the last decade the one I struggle to get my head around the most is that we're now paying wages in excess of £30k/week

are we?!?!
 

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I'm not sure he is any good though

Played against a back four he would have known how to exploit and he hasn't scored. Get rid. :fishing:

Btw if the figures are reliable are we really paying £30k a week? The times really are achanging
 

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From the Peterborough chairman's (Darragh Macanthony) podcast a good 10 mins on the Ivan Toney deal:

  • Rasmus contacts Darragh back in January during their match against Wycombe (Ivan scores 2) trying to buy Toney - Posh turn it down
  • The pandemic happens - during the season restart Rasmus come in again, there's about 2 weeks of negotiating (looking for a pandemic discount), Celtic pop up plus a few other clubs
  • Eventually a fee plus add ons was agreed about 7 weeks ago,
  • It seems we couldn't initially agree personal terms and so Peterborough started to talk to other clubs, before Rasmus phone's up last week to confirm it's all sorted.
  • If Peterborough had waited till longer in the window, they probably could have sold him for more..(Prem cubs were asking about him)
  • Very achievable add ons
  • One club came in with a fee, half of what we paid and said they will wait till Jan and pick him up on a pre-signing contract if they couldn't get him now...
  • Darragh seems convinced Brentford will either get promoted or sell Toney for 25-35 million (Posh will make another 3-4 million)
  • Last summer Toney wanted to move and a Championship club came in offering him 6-7k a week, he was persuaded to stay and now he is potentially earning 5 times that .

On Twitter, when asked how were Brentford to deal with, Darragh MacAnthony replied "Excellent. I dealt with Rasmus personally on this 7 weeks ago".
 

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We have moved on to another level by looks of it in relation to wages etc. The days of selling 3 players to the likes of Birmingham or any Championship club appear over.

Nowadays we look like we'll only sell to PL clubs or Overseas and are no longer seen as merely a stepping stone to bigger things.

Great times.

We are nearly big boys now mate. Its good isn't it.
 

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From the Peterborough chairman's (Darragh Macanthony) podcast a good 10 mins on the Ivan Toney deal:

  • Last summer Toney wanted to move and a Championship club came in offering him 6-7k a week, he was persuaded to stay and now he is potentially earning 5 times that .

Think we've always structured it so that bonuses are a fair whack of potential income for players...
 

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Think we've always structured it so that bonuses are a fair whack of potential income for players...

Yeah I added in the “potentially” .

Their chairman is adamant that Toney has become a “multi-millionaire”....

I guess he needs to make things sound interesting otherwise people wouldn’t listen to his podcast etc. When they find out it’s based on bonuses and spread across 5 years etc etc
 

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He also said he didn't know the ins and outs of the personal terms in the deal and 'didn't care'. So it's probably educated speculation on his part.
 

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We are nearly big boys now mate. Its good isn't it.

Well above the radar!

We’re one of the promotion favourites, financially sound both through player profit and probably even with no/limited fans in ground and refunds making more each week than at GP, and have a very strong squad.
 

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Yeah I added in the “potentially” .

Their chairman is adamant that Toney has become a “multi-millionaire”....

I guess he needs to make things sound interesting otherwise people wouldn’t listen to his podcast etc. When they find out it’s based on bonuses and spread across 5 years etc etc

He also has to "sell" the deal to the Peterborough fans. So pinch of salt required.
 

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Yeah I added in the “potentially” .

Their chairman is adamant that Toney has become a “multi-millionaire”....

I guess he needs to make things sound interesting otherwise people wouldn’t listen to his podcast etc. When they find out it’s based on bonuses and spread across 5 years etc etc

When they do Adrian Durham will spontaneously combust.

Well we can all wish can't we
 

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I'm not sure he is any good though

Played against a back four he would have known how to exploit and he hasn't scored. Get rid. :fishing:

Btw if the figures are reliable are we really paying £30k a week? The times really are achanging
And got binned off at half time. Very worrying. :fishing:
 

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We have moved on to another level by looks of it in relation to wages etc. The days of selling 3 players to the likes of Birmingham or any Championship club appear over.

Nowadays we look like we'll only sell to PL clubs or Overseas and are no longer seen as merely a stepping stone to bigger things.

Great times.

I think we’re still a stepping stone (which is definitely a good thing as it must be a major factor in some of the players we attract against stiff competition) but one step further in their journey so that the stones they step on to next are all prem and massive clubs not large/average sized championship clubs
 

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:imwith: Of all the astonishing changes to our club within the last decade the one I struggle to get my head around the most is that we're now paying wages in excess of £30k/week

About 3 years ago when we were paying £1m for players I suggested that we would be paying £2m very soon .. I was shot down by quite a few on here!
 

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I'd imagine it will be Ivan up front, Said and Ollie playing behind him and Raya and Bryan out wide.

You silly boy. You're taking your 'rush goalie' fantasies to ridiculous extremes now.
 

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About 3 years ago when we were paying £1m for players I suggested that we would be paying £2m very soon .. I was shot down by quite a few on here!

Not surprised, they knew that was going to be too low.
 

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He also has to "sell" the deal to the Peterborough fans. So pinch of salt required.

Over a 5 year deal, you’d also become a “multi-millionaire” (I.e. over £2m) if you were on £8kpw.

As others have said, I wouldn’t be surprised if his basic wage was between £10-20k but anything above that will surely be performance related.
 
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