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Transfer Rumour: Max Aarons Arsenal Links Resurface

Mikel Arteta’s Arsenal have received a boost in their reported quest to sign Max Aarons from Norwich City in the summer transfer window.

The Sun reported last month that Arsenal and Manchester United are leading the race for Norwich right-back Aarons.  Alongside this, Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund are also reported to be keen on the 22-year-old, who can also operate as a left-back and is understood to be valued at £20 million by the Canaries.

The Telegraph have now reported that Norwich will sell the English youngster, as they have been relegated the Championship. With the Arsenal rumours gaining pace on the back of this.

The Gunners are a rich club, and if they are able to finish in the Champions League places in the Premier League table this season, then they would be able to afford the £20 million transfer fee for Aarons.

Aarons, described as a player who “has got huge potential” by former Manchester United defender Rio Ferdinand on his YouTube channel in September 2021, has made 28 starts and two substitute appearances in the Premier League this season, providing one assist in the process.  Alongside this he has featured regularly for the England U-21 team over the last couple of year

Transfer Rumour: Todd Cantwell Expected To Return To Norwich

Bournemouth look unlikely to pursue a permanent deal for Norwich City’s Todd Cantwell this summer, reports DorsetLive.

Cantwell, 24, joined Bournemouth on loan from Norwich City in January. The Englishman had fallen out of favour at Carrow Road and has so far racked up 11 Championship outings for the Cherries.

But Cantwell has been left out of the last two matchday squads by Scott Parker. The Norwich City man has failed to record any goal contributions in what’s been a disappointing loan spell on the south coast and now, DorsetLive have revealed that Bournemouth look unlikely to pursue a permanent deal.

Their report reveals that Norwich City would command upwards of £10million for Cantwell, and that Bournemouth will wait until the season is over to confirm their stance on the player, but that it’s looking ‘increasingly unrealistic’ that the Canaries will manage to offload the midfielder for the asking price this summer.

A disappointing decline…

Cantwell burst into the scene a few years ago with Norwich City. He showed a lot of promise in his earlier years but he’s since seen his career go on something of a decline.

He’s no longer favoured at Norwich City and his spell at Bournemouth has been widely disappointing, so it remains to be seen what the future holds for the attacking midfielder.

His Norwich City contract expires next season. The Canaries might look to sell him this summer as to avoid losing him on a free transfer, but it seems unlikely that anyone will meet that £10million valuation after his Bournemouth spell.

Transfer Rumour: Norwich Linked With Loan Move For Villa Striker Cameron Archer

With Norwich's relegation confirmed, the transfer rumour and stories are starting to flow as people speculate on The Canaries rebuilding plans for life in the Championship next year.

Kevin Phillips believes that Aston Villa will look to keep Cameron Archer long-term.

The forward has impressed while out on loan in the second half of the season. And, the 20-year old has scored seven Championship goals from 19 appearances since joining Preston North End in January.

Norwich City have been linked with a move for the striker, with former Villa boss Dean Smith said to be interested in re-uniting with the youngster.  But the Premier League outfit are not interested in selling the striker on a permanent basis this summer.

However, Phillips believes another loan move would be the right step forward for Archer as he continues his development as a senior player.

“I would think he would go on loan again,” said Phillips talking to website Football Insider.

“Norwich are back in the Championship again next season.

“He’s done so well at Preston, and that would give him another opportunity to do well at a club where the manager knows him – and they like to play attractive football.”

“It’s another learning curve for his development.

“He could turn out to be a really important player and asset for Aston Villa – they clearly like him.

“He’d only be in and around the first-team next season, so for his development – it’s best for him to have another spell at the top of the Championship.

“That way, he’s well-equipped to come back to the club and play well in the Premier League – or he can be an asset in the transfer market.”

Transfer Rumour: Max Aarons Linked To Arsenal

Mikel Arteta’s Arsenal have received a boost in their reported quest to sign Max Aarons from Norwich City in the summer transfer window.

The Sun reported last month that Arsenal and Manchester United are leading the race for Norwich right-back Aarons.  Alongside tis, Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund are also reported to be keen on the 22-year-old, who can also operate as a left-back and is understood to be valued at £20 million by the Canaries.

The Telegraph have now reported that Norwich will sell the English youngster, as they have been relegated the Championship. With the Arsenal rumours gaining pace on the back of this.

The Gunners are a rich club, and if they are able to finish in the Champions League places in the Premier League table this season, then they would be able to afford the £20 million transfer fee for Aarons.

Aarons, described as a player who “has got huge potential” by former Manchester United defender Rio Ferdinand on his YouTube channel in September 2021, has made 28 starts and two substitute appearances in the Premier League this season, providing one assist in the process.  Alongside this he has featured regularly for the England U-21 team over the last couple of years

 

Tony Cascarino Two loan players have gone there from big clubs and have "gone backwards" at Norwich"

Former Chelsea striker Tony Cascarino believes Billy Gilmour and Brandon Williams have regressed since their loan moves to Norwich City last summer.

Norwich’s relegation to the Championship was confirmed on Saturday following a 2-0 defeat to Aston Villa, their 23rd loss of the campaign.

In a side that has struggled to adapt to the quality of the Premier League following promotion, Chelsea’s Gilmour and Manchester United’s Williams have done little to impress their parent clubs, with Cascarino even going so far as to say that they have “gone backwards”.

Five ways for Man Utd to salvage what’s left of this wretched season

“The lad Gilmour that came to Norwich, didn’t do particularly well at the club, and the fans turned on him at the start season,” he told talkSPORT.

“He’s a terrific young footballer but, somehow, he’s not grown.

“We talk all the time about young lads going elsewhere and improving – the lad Williams as well from Man United – but they’ve gone backwards this year.

“Two players have gone there from big clubs and have gone backwards at Norwich.”

Tony Cascarino “Two players have gone there from big clubs and have gone backwards at Norwich"

Former Chelsea striker Tony Cascarino believes Billy Gilmour and Brandon Williams have regressed since their loan moves to Norwich City last summer.

Norwich’s relegation to the Championship was confirmed on Saturday following a 2-0 defeat to Aston Villa, their 23rd loss of the campaign.

In a side that has struggled to adapt to the quality of the Premier League following promotion, Chelsea’s Gilmour and Manchester United’s Williams have done little to impress their parent clubs, with Cascarino even going so far as to say that they have “gone backwards”.

Five ways for Man Utd to salvage what’s left of this wretched season

“The lad Gilmour that came to Norwich, didn’t do particularly well at the club, and the fans turned on him at the start season,” he told talkSPORT.

“He’s a terrific young footballer but, somehow, he’s not grown.

“We talk all the time about young lads going elsewhere and improving – the lad Williams as well from Man United – but they’ve gone backwards this year.

“Two players have gone there from big clubs and have gone backwards at Norwich.”

Transfer Rumour: Norwich Linked With Sunderland Attacker Ross Stewart

Sunderland striker Ross Stewart, who has been linked with Norwich City, has been described as a manager's dream to work with. The claim was made by Steven Ferguson, the chief executive of his former side Ross County.

The 25-year-old has scored 22 goals in 43 appearances for the Black Cats this season and has just been rewarded for his eye-catching form with a call-up to the Scotland squad by boss Steve Clarke.

Stewart made a name for himself at Ross County, where he scored 28 goals in 81 matches before landing a move to the Stadium of Light in the 2021 January transfer window.

He has gone from strength to strength on Wearside and been a key part of Alex Neil's side this campaign as they push for promotion out of League One.

Norwich are reportedly in a summer move for the forward who has just over a year left on his Sunderland contract. And in what should be exciting news for Canaries fans, Ferguson believes the player has what it takes to play at a higher level than England's third tier.

"I firmly believe that Ross has got another couple of levels to go. We’re still talking potential with Ross," he said to the Ross-shire Journal. "There’s still room for improvement. He stands 6ft 4in, really low-belt and robust and he’s such a good finisher.

"Ross could do it all, every type of finish – right foot, left foot or his head – but he did so much unselfish stuff it was sometimes easy to forget how good he was at finding the right areas and sticking the ball in the net. It is the pinnacle of any career to get a national call-up.

"For Ross to have achieved that so soon after leaving Ross County, we’re absolutely delighted for him. He deserves it. He was a fantastically low-maintenance type of player, no ego, and such an intent listener and worker. He played a massive part for Stuart and I in winning the Championship and then staying in the Premiership.

Transfer Rumour: Norwich Interested In Charlton Athletic youngster Lucas Ness

A host of sides including Norwich City from the Premier League down to Sky Bet League One are interested in Charlton Athletic youngster Lucas Ness, Football League World reveal on their website.

The Addicks have had an up and down season this year, and will be looking forward to the summer transfer window where they can try and build a squad capable of challenging at the right end of the table.

It could also be the case that Ness attracts interest and offers, though, with several sides currently taking a close look at the player.

In the Premier League, Norwich City and Burnley are monitoring him whilst Sky Bet Championship side Coventry City and Sky Bet League One outfit Plymouth Argyle are both watching him, too.

Ness is currently on loan at Hampton and Richmond and the Addicks are looking at trying to get him on a new long-term deal, in a bid to try and keep him.

Whether that wards off interested parties, though, remains to be seen in the near future.