Manchester City have been credited with an interest in Norwich City full-back Max Aarons.
The Premier League champions are believed to be keeping tabs on the highly-rated 19-year-old, according to TEAMtalk.
Aarons’ mature and impressive displays for the Canaries have played a key part in their rise to the top of the Championship. A number of Premier League scouts have apparently watched him this season.
The Hammersmith-born right-back has played 33 games in all competitions for Norwich, chipping in with three goals, in this campaign and has been one of Daniel Farke’s standout players.
He started his career at Luton Town and rose through the youth ranks at Kenilworth Road as a youngster. However, he left the Hatters in 2016 to join Norwich and made his first-team debut for the East Anglian outfit in an ELF Cup fixture against Stevenage in August last year.
Farke’s side tied Aarons down on a contract until 2023 in October but that hasn’t stopped this transfer speculation.
It appears likely that Aarons will be playing in the Premier League in the next campaign with either Norwich or another team, with it looking like the Canaries will have to bat away interest in him this summer.
The fact that Manchester City are being linked with him is a credit to the work Aarons has done this season. The big question is would he get game time there? Probably not so staying at Norwich for the time being would be wise for him, especially if they are promoted.