Tottenham Hotspur have reignited their interest in Norwich City’s Max Aarons, according to Sky Sports.
Spurs chairman Daniel Levy has made contact with the Canaries over Aarons before, and the possibility of Serge Aurier leaving North London this summer has forced the club to consider a swoop for the 21-year-old Norwich right back. They would also be interested in Tariq Lamptey, but Brighton and Hove Albion are believed to be demanding nothing less than £50 million for him. Aarons, a player of similar qualities as former Spurs man Kieran Trippier, could leave Carrow Road for £30m.
Manchester United and Everton have been credited with interest as well as they seek to boost their options of the right defensive flank, though United would apparently prefer to prize Trippier away from Atletico Madrid.
Spurs are yet to appoint a new manager – a job for the newly appointed managing director Fabio Paratici. Apart from a right-back, they intend to add a centre-back, a winger and a striker to their ranks, irrespective of potential departures.
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