Everton hoping to bring down Norwich’s asking price for Max Aarons
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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 men edge closer to a swift return to the English top-flight.
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.
LIVERPOOL, ENGLAND – DECEMBER 21: Carlo Ancelotti, Manager of Everton is seen in the stands prior to the Premier League match between Everton FC and Arsenal FC at Goodison Park on December 21, 2019 in Liverpool, United Kingdom. (Photo by Alex Livesey/Getty Images)
Everton looking at Aarons
In more recent times, though, it is another Premier League outfit who have been most heavily linked with a move for the stopper.
That side has been Everton, with the Toffees said to be targeting a new right-back in the summer:
Everton want Max Aarons and they’re working on it, confirmed. 🔵 #EFC
Manchester United have scouted him and they’ll decide in the coming months. Bayern Münich after opening talks with Norwich are *not* convinced to pay €35m for him, as @cfbayern reported. 🔴 https://t.co/phsV5Opcb8
— Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) February 26, 2021
Now, on Wednesday, a fresh update concerning Everton’s pursuit of Aarons has been provided by The Times.
It is claimed that the Merseysiders have indeed identified the youngster as an option at right-back. However, Everton will look to haggle down his asking price, which The Times claim is set at £30m.
Everton believe that Aaron could have a similar impact to Ben Godfrey, who they of course signed from Norwich last year.