THOMAS FRANK has slapped a price tag of "at least" £40million for goalkeeper David Raya.
The Spanish goalkeeper has attracted interest from some of the Premier League's big clubs following his impressive form for Brentford.
Man United, Chelsea and Tottenham are all considering moves for the 27-year-old.
Raya is believed to be keen on a move as he has rejected two contract offers to stay with the Bees, with his current deal set to expire in 2024.
However, Frank is still insistent that any interested clubs will have to pay top price for him.
When asked if Raya will stay at the club, Frank said: "
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I think we need to get into the Champions League and then he would consider it.
"I love David as a keeper. I really believe he is one of the best in the Premier League.
If someone wants to come and buy him, he is very expensive. He will be, for me, at least £40m-plus. No doubt about that.
"No matter what happens, we will be able to at least contact a replacement.
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"They don't always want to come, but we do our best to persuade them. But of course, we are prepared for any scenario."
Despite only being promoted to the Premier League last season, Brentford are in the hunt for European football.
The Bees are only a point behind Fulham in 7th while the Champions League spots are only seven points away.
And that is not a lot should the Bees win their two games in hand on 4th-placed Tottenham.
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