Report: After Nuno arrival, Tottenham now want to sign 'unbelievable' player from PL rivals
Tottenham Hotspur are back in the hunt to sign Norwich City full-back Max Aarons, according to the Times.
Tottenham were heavily linked with a move for the Norwich City full-back last summer, but could not pull off a deal.
It now seems that Tottenham are keen on Aarons again, as they seek to improve their squad for the new campaign.
Nuno has just arrived as manager at Tottenham, and the Times say that they are now firmly back in the hunt for the newly promoted defender.
A great addition
Tottenham’s eagerness to snap up Aarons should come as no surprise.
Spurs had a huge issue at right-back last term with their current options failing to impress.
Both Serge Aurier and Matt Doherty endured shaky seasons, although Doherty has worked with Nuno before and that may work in his favour.
What Aarons, who was labelled as ‘unbelievable’ by Norwich City boss Daniel Farke (NewsBreak), would offer Tottenham is pace and more youthful exuberance.
His attacking quality has made him a key part of Norwich’s tam, and if he could perform to a similar level at Spurs he would be a very welcomed addition.
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