Gillingham manager Steve Evans has actually informed The Peterborough Telegraph that Ivan Toney suffices to play for Leeds United.
Evans handled Toney when he supervised of Peterborough, and he thinks that the former Newcastle United striker suffices to play for Leeds.
The former Leeds head coach has actually likewise mentioned that the 24- year-old striker suffices to play for clubs in the Premier League.
Evans informed The Peterborough Telegraph: ” I ‘d seen him play for Scunthorpe at the end of the previous season and he was practically a one-man team.
“I was confident he would become a star and I can honestly see him leading the line at a Premier League club or at the biggest Championship club, Leeds United right now.”
According to Transfermarkt.co.uk, Toney scored 24 goals and supplied 6 assists in 32 League One games for Peterborough this season, and scored 16 goals and supplied 7 assists in 44 matches for the Swank during the 2018-19 campaign.
Should Leeds United make a move?
With Peterborough to remain in League One next season, the Posh might need to sell Toney, who has actually shown that he is too excellent to be playing in the 3rd tier of English football.
Leeds are intending to clinch automated promo to the Premier League, and head coach Marcelo Bielsa will need a striker next season regardless of which departments they remain in.
Patrick Bamford is a very excellent striker, however the former Chelsea and Nottingham Forest striker is not respected and does stop working to take big opportunities.
Toney is prepared to take the next action in his profession, and a move to Leeds would be big for him, and the club themselves would be making a wise finalizing, however just if they have the ability to sign the 24- year-old at the right cost.