According to a report from The Sunday Telegraph, Norwich City have placed a £30 million valuation on Manchester United target Max Aarons.
A product of the Canaries youth academy, Max has grown into a pivotal member of the senior team over the past three years.
Having played a pivotal role in their promotion to the top-flight in 2018/19, Aarons was one of the few positives for the club in the Premier League.
Having dropped back to the EFL Championship, Max has once again enjoyed a hugely positive season in 2020/21, contributing with a goal and three assists in 38 league matches as Norwich look set for a return to England’s top tier.
Aarons’ growth at Norwich over the past few seasons has seen him gather a lot of admirers including the Red Devils.
As per the aforementioned report, even Serie A side AS Roma have also entered the hunt to sign Aarons.
And, amidst the rising interest in the defender, Norwich have placed a valuation of £30 million on the 21-year-old England youth international.
With no proper cover for first-choice Aaron Wan-Bissaka in the right-back slot, the Old Trafford side could certainly do with someone like Max in the squad.
More so, with on-loan right-back Diogo Dalot’s future at the club uncertain after the Portuguese was loaned out to AC Milan last summer.
But considering the competition as well as the £30 million price tag, it remains to be seen if United is prepared to go after the signing of talent come the end of the season.