Norwich City's Max Aarons is a shining gem in their crown as far as players go. He’s proven that in both the Sky Bet Championship and the Premier League.
Young players, with development potential such as he undoubtedly has, are hot property when it comes to transfer windows, and that is something to be expected.
When it comes to transfer windows, of which the January one is now just two days away from opening and things are starting to heat up. And such heat when it comes to Aarons, say the Express, is coming from Manchester United
Interest in Max Aarons came during the summer with London rivals Arsenal and Spurs, said by The Sun, to be involved in a transfer tug-o-war for the talented right-back starlet.
That ‘interest’ came to nothing with neither side allegedly willing to pay Norwich’s alleged £30m valuation of their rising star.
However, per the Express’ Callum Vurley, interest in Aarons does not stop there and that can be seen by the Red Devils who have designated him as their “top target” and “are the frontrunners for his signature.”
Whereas London rivals Arsenal and Spurs baulked at spending £30m on Aarons during the summer, that might not be the thinking Manchester United apply come January if they come sashaying in with a winter bid for the youngster.