The 19-year-old has been excellent for the Canaries as they chase promotion to the Premier League. The English right-back has started 25 Championship games this season and has scored two goals and provided four assists so far.
The report claims that Tottenham were interested in a winter deal for the 19-year-old and have constantly tracked the rising star.
However, the report claims that Norwich know they will have a battle on their hands to keep Aarons. Arsenal and Chelsea are also interested in the youngster, but Spurs are leading the race for the full-back’s signature.
Tottenham are expected to go back to their principle of buying young British talent (h/t Mirror) and are also tracking Jack Clarke of Leeds United. Spurs were the only club not to sign any players this season, and it would be a major surprise if we didn’t bring new faces to the club in the summer.
Aarons is one of the top stars from the Championship and it will be interesting to see if Norwich gain promotion to the Premier League.
The Canaries are at the top of the table, and it would be fantastic if we sign Aarons and Clarke in the summer.
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