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Brentford have proven that they can move on from big player sales in the past  Christian Norgaard has seen the carousel at work - and the club's recruitment  Ivan Toney is yet to repay his debt to Brentford - will the Bees' star man help keep them up as a parting gift? Listen to the It's All Kicking Off podcast 

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When the circus comes to town in four months’ time, when clubs descend into a negotiating frenzy as they seek to win the signature of Brentford’s most targeted player, the little pocket of west London where the Bees reside will be where you can find peace.

At least that is the assessment provided by Ivan Toney’s team-mate, Christian Norgaard, after their victory at Wolves. The 29-year-old Danish midfielder, who scored the opener, said: ‘Toney will be a massive loss, of course. But let’s see what happens in the summer. This club is also known for selling players then replacing them with top quality.

‘When Ollie Watkins left he was a top striker for us and we got Ivan Toney to replace him. It’s pretty obvious Toney will most likely leave in the summer which he also deserves. But I know this club is really good in the recruitment department so they will find a replacement who is just as good.’

Norgaard, who moved from Fiorentina in 2019 to join up with his former Denmark youth and Brondby head coach Frank in the Championship, has certainly witnessed the carousel at Brentford.

He has seen Watkins go to Aston Villa, alongside other important players including David Raya to Arsenal, albeit temporarily for now, as well as Said Benrahma to West Ham.

Brentford will 'find a replacement just as good' as Ivan Toney, Christian Norgaard believes

Brentford will 'find a replacement just as good' as Ivan

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