Brentford will be looking to go one better on Saturday as they once again take to the field again in a Sky Bet Championship play-off final at Wembley Stadium.
Thomas Frank’s men expertly dispatched of a plucky Bournemouth side in the semi finals and will be looking to take that momentum into the showpiece game under the famous arch.
Ivan Toney is back amongst the goals and Marcus Forss will be looking to force his way into the starting line up after scoring what proved to be the all important winner for the Bees in the semis.
With the West London club eyeing a much sought after promotion to the Premier League later this month, changes to the squad during the upcoming transfer window are extremely likely.
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The Dutch born frontman has spent the majority of the current campaign on loan away from the Bees and could well be set to be sold on for profit this summer by the club.
His spell with Brentford quite simply hasn’t gone to plan since he arrived in West London back in January 2020 from Sparta Rotterdam and he could soon be surplus to requirements after the emergence of Forss as Toney’s deputy up top.
There is interest in the player from his current loan side Galatasaray, however it remains to be seen if the Turkish club will be able to stump up the cash to meet Brentford’s asking price.
After scoring just once in under 10 games for the Bees, it would appear that Dervisoglu’s short time in red and white is gradually coming to an abrupt end.
The Danish attacking midfielder is yet to agree terms on a new contract and could well be set to depart for pastures new come the end of June when his current deal expires.
Clubs such as Nottingham Forest, Queens Park Rangers and Norwich City are all said to have held an interest in signing the player this season and he could well get his wish.
The 26-year-old has spent time out on loan since moving to West London and hasn’t really reached the heights that were initially expected of him when he arrived from his native Denmark.
With the Bees being well stocked in midfield as it is, it appears likely that he will leave the Brentford Community Stadium at the end of next month.