It is highly improbable that Arsenal will finalize the transfer of Ivan Toney in January.

Ten Hag ‘really looking forward’ to working with new co-owners Ineos

Ajax manager Erik ten Hag has expressed his excitement about the club’s new co-owners, Ineos. The British chemical company recently acquired a 33% stake in the Dutch giants, and Ten Hag believes this partnership will bring great benefits to the club.

“I am really looking forward to working with Ineos,” Ten Hag said. “They have a strong track record in sports and I believe their expertise will help us take Ajax to the next level. We have a shared vision for the future and I am confident that together we can achieve great things.”

Ten Hag’s comments come as Ajax continue their impressive form both domestically and in Europe. The club currently sit at the top of the Eredivisie table and have secured a place in the knockout stages of the Champions League.

Arsenal face problems with Toney transfer

Arsenal’s pursuit of Brentford striker Ivan Toney in the January transfer window is facing obstacles, according to reports in The Mirror. The Gunners are keen on bolstering their attacking options, but it is unlikely they will be able to secure Toney’s services.

“The problem for Arsenal is that they are limited in their spending power and will need to make a significant sale in order to fund a big deal,” the report states. “Financial constraints have forced the club to be cautious in the transfer market, and they will have to adopt a ‘sell before we can buy’ approach in January.”

Despite the challenges, Arsenal are actively searching for reinforcements and a loan deal for a defender is said to be their top priority. Signing a player like Toney would provide additional options in attack, allowing Gabriel Jesus to play on the left and giving Gabriel Martinelli some much-needed rest.

Blades linked with Firmino

Sheffield United are reportedly interested in bringing former Liverpool striker Roberto Firmino back to the Premier League. The Sun reports that Al-Ahli, Firmino’s current club, may be open to letting him leave on loan.

Firmino, who enjoyed a successful spell at Liverpool before moving to Al-Ahli, could provide a much-needed boost to Sheffield United’s attacking options. The Blades have struggled for goals this season and are keen to strengthen their squad in the January transfer window.

While a deal is far from certain, the prospect of Firmino returning to the Premier League has generated excitement among Sheffield United fans, who hope his experience and goal-scoring prowess can help turn their season around.

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