Ivan Toney relaxes by pool and reveals his cheeky new clothing range as he prepares for return to… – The Sun

IVAN TONEY relaxed by a pool and appeared to reveal a cheeky new clothing range.
That’s ahead of his return to training with Brentford next week.
The England striker, 27, was given an eight-month ban from all football activity after admitting to 232 breaches of FA betting rules.
Toney, who was also fined £50,000, is unable to play until January 16.
But he can return to Brentford’s training ground from September 17 after reaching the halfway stage of his suspension.
In the meantime, Toney has been training alone in a bid to keep fit.
But ahead of his Bees reunion, the hitman took some time off by relaxing at a swimming pool.
Without revealing his exact location, Toney chilled with a fruit platter and tropical drink as he soaked up the sunshine.
The ace also hinted at an impending new clothing range, showing off a baseball cap bearing the cheeky phrase: “It could be worse.”
Toney added on the Insta story snap: “Coming soon.”
Toney has been at Brentford since 2020 after an initial £5million move from Peterborough and since scored 68 goals in 124 games.
But it remains to be seen if he plays again for the Londoners, having been strongly linked with a January switch to capital rivals Chelsea.
Manchester United have also been linked despite splashing out on Rasmus Hojlund.
And Brentford moved to protect themselves against a potential exit by re-signing striker Neal Maupay on loan.
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