Tottenham Hotspur are once again closely monitoring Max Aarons, with The Sunday Mirror reporting that Spurs are considering a bid for the young English full-back.
Aarons continues to remain hugely impressive for Norwich City. The 21-year-old has started all 25 of their league games so far ithis season, helping Daniel Farke’s men open up a strong lead at the top of the Championship and making them strong candidates for promotion back to the Premier League at the first time of asking.
The right-back has linked with a move away from Carrow Road for some time now. And this month has proved to be no different with interest reported from Everton, Manchester United amongst others.
According to The Sunday Mirror, Tottenham are weighing up a bid for the £20 million plus rated right back
The report goes on to claim that club officials watched Aarons in midweek. As noted by Football London, chief scout Steve Hitchen attended their comfirtable 2-0 win at home to Bristol City.
Of course, Norwich have a number of highly promising young players. So it should not come as a surprise if he was potentaially watching options for the club – either for this month's transfer window which ends on 1st February or the summer one. However it also did not escape the Spurs fans’ attention that Norwich also have Tottenham youngster Oliver Skipp on loan at Carrow Road and the young midfielder has been outstanding so far this season for the Canaries.
But the latest report seems to suggest that Aarons was being watched..