(Clive Rose/Getty Images)Brentford want a £100 million fee for the transfer of striker Ivan Toney amid interest from Arsenal and Chelsea, according to Sky Sports.The Bees intend to keep Toney until the end of the season at least, with his eight-month ban for betting offences coming to an end on Jan. 16.But while the 27-year-old's return will be encouraging for Brentford boss Thomas Frank, it has also sparked interest among a number of Premier League clubs keen to sign him. However, it would take a monumental offer to bring him in, with suggestions of a deal worth around £60m reportedly being mocked at the Brentford Community Stadium.Toney came third in the Premier League goal-scoring charts last season, with 20 goals. Leading Frank to say in the summer: "£100m plus?... What would you pay for a striker that guarantees you 20-plus goals. And this is 20 goals for a mid-table club. What can he do in a bigger club?"