The future of Norwich City defender Max Aarons remains ‘up in the air’ heading into the summer transfer window, with the 21-year-old not being short of admirers.
Aarons has made 43 appearances for the Canaries this term, and he’s played his part in the club’s promotion-winning season under the management of Daniel Farke.
But it appears as though his impressive showings haven’t gone unnoticed, with Everton being one of the teams interested in landing his signature.
Football Insider have recently revealed that Norwich are willing to sell Aarons in the summer, but only if their £30million valuation of the defender is matched.
Speaking in a recent interview with Football Insider, former Leeds United and Manchester City defender Danny Mills reacted to the news that Everton are reportedly interested in a deal to sign Aarons, and felt as though it would be a good move for both the Toffees and the full-back.
“It would be a good move for Max Aarons I would say.
“You’re looking at a player behind Seamus Coleman he’s probably likely to play his fair share of games or he’ll have a real chance of playing his fair share of games.
“If he goes to a big side, a really, really big side, one of the top two or three he sits on the bench and that’s not beneficial to him. Yes, it could be a good move for both, I would say.”
Aarons and his Norwich City team-mates are set to return to action on Tuesday evening, when they host promotion-chasing Watford at Carrow Road, in what is likely to be a tricky test for Daniel Farke’s side.
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I have to agree with Mills here.
Aarons has really impressed me this season whilst with Norwich City, and I definitely think he’s more than capable of making the step up to the Premier League once again.
He’s still early into his senior career, and I wouldn’t be surprised if Aarons was to force his way into the Everton starting XI on a regular basis if he signed for the club in the summer.
You would imagine that Norwich will be doing everything they can to keep him at Carrow Road for the foreseeable future though.