Tottenham want to sign Norwich City right-back Max Aarons this summer, Football Insider reports.
Tottenham’s starting right-back is currently Serge Ourier, an undoubtedly talented player who is prone to frequent brainstorming.
Matt Doherty was recruited by the Wolverhampton Wanderers in the summer, but his move to North London did not develop, as both sides will hope.
As a result, a new right-back may be on the agenda for Daniel Levy this summer, even if he is reluctant to move forward with transfer plans before a new manager is appointed.
According to Football Insider, Max Aarons of Norwich City may be the solution.
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The report notes that the spurs had previously sniffed Aarons, but Norwich rejected their proposals.
However, the Canaries are believed to have a gentleman’s agreement with Aarons to release him this summer, with the youngster left to fight for a promotion with them this term.
This can play into the hands of the spurs if Aarons is interested in the move.
Football Insider reports that Norwich City will demand £ 30 million in exchange for the 21-year-old, but that’s a small price to pay to fill a position for a decade – and Aarons has that potential.
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