Bees boss indicates Henry is not for sale

Brentford boss Thomas Frank has indicated that the club have no intention of selling Rico Henry.

West London Sport have reported that Brighton and West Brom are both interested in the Bees left-back.


Henry was one of the standout performers for Frank’s side last season as they narrowly missed out on promotion.

They were edged out by local rivals Fulham in the Championship play-off final at Wembley, where Joe Bryan’s brace in extra time took the Whites up.

There has since been plenty of interest in Brentford’s best players.

However, West London Sport have now reported that Frank accepts Ollie Watkins and Said Benrahma could move on but says no other players are for sale.


“We know there are a lot of rumours about a lot of our players because they had a top season,” said Frank.

“It’s no secret that Ollie Watkins and Said Benrahma are players that other clubs are interested in.

“And if the price is right, then we’re open to selling them.

“So the two of them, if everything is hitting the numbers. But the rest are not for sale.”

West Ham and Aston Villa want Benrahma, while the clubs keen on striker Watkins include Fulham as well as West Brom, Villa and Crystal Palace.




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