Max Aarons will wait to see what offers are tabled for him in the summer window with Norwich City believing he is good enough to move to an established Champions League club, Football League World has been exclusively told.
Aarons has had another superb season at full-back with the Canaries looking on course to return to the Premier League at the first time of asking.
Even so, that might not be enough to keep him at the club with the likes of Everton, Bayern Munich and Manchester United all reportedly keen.
A source close to the situation, meanwhile, has exclusively told Football League World that the player is aware of the interest from the Toffees in particular but they may need to offer him Champions League football next season in order to sign him, with the Yellows believing he is good enough for that level.
City will let Aarons leave the club for the right offer and German giants Bayern Munich remain keen on taking him to Bavaria, whilst an unnamed Italian side are also interested according to the source.
Clearly, there’s quite the battle on the horizon for Aarons’ signature and this summer could see him seal a huge move.