(Photo by Ryan Pierse/Getty Images)Premier League clubs are queueing up to sign Ivan Toney after Brentford manager Thomas Frank admitted the striker could leave in January. Toney, 27, is back in training this week after serving the first part of an eight-month ban for breaking betting rules. He will be eligible to play again as of Jan. 16, when the scramble for his signature is likely to begin. The Daily Mirror reports that Arsenal, Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur are all preparing offers for a player who scored 20 Premier League goals last season and made his England debut against Ukraine in March.Frank suggested that it will take a huge sum for Brentford to allow the player to leave, and interest from multiple clubs is likely to push up the transfer fee. He suggested that if midfielders such as Declan Rice are switching clubs for £100m, then a striker like Toney should be in the same bracket. A transfer fee of at least £60m is suggested by the Daily Mirror, as Toney will have only 18 months remaining on his deal -- Rice was still on a long-term contract.