Aarons impressing with Norwich
Max Aarons is a product of Norwich City’s youth system.
Despite being just 21, the full-back has already notched over a century of appearances for the Canaries’ senior side.
Aarons was one of the few bright sparks for Norwich during their less than stellar 2019/20 Premier League campaign, and has since shone this season, too, as Daniel Farke’s side once again secured promotion to the English top-flight.
After leading us to his second Championship promotion, Daniel Farke has been named Manager of the Season! 💪 pic.twitter.com/5O5j38Mthe
— Norwich City FC (@NorwichCityFC) April 29, 2021
Such fine form, coupled with his age and the fact that he is English, in turn, has made Aarons something of a man in demand.
More recent times have also seen Carlo Ancelotti’s Everton showing an interest in the full-back.
Tottenham linked with Max Aarons
Now, though, another Premier League side have, as mentioned above, have been linked with Aarons.
According to Football Insider, Tottenham have registered their interest in signing the Norwich defender.
FI add that Spurs are making a right-back a priority signing for the summer. This does make a fair bit of sense given that Serge Aurier is not always the most reliable defensively and Matt Doherty is clearly unsuited to playing in a back-four.
In terms of a potential fee for Aarons, FI claim that Norwich are willing to let Aarons go in the summer window if their £30m asking price is met.