Tottenham could reportedly make a move for Norwich City’s Max Aarons this summer.
According to Football.London, Spurs are keen on the 19-year-old defender and they could make a move for him.
It is understood that an approach for the full-back would be made if current right-back Kieran Trippier is sold.
The report details that there is interest in 28-year-old Trippier from Juventus, Atletico Madrid and Napoli.
Trippier has seen his form nosedive during the last season following on from a brilliant 2018 World Cup and cashing in on him this summer seems a possibility.
He was signed by Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino back in 2015 and had some memorable moments.
Spurs target Aarons is valued at £15million (Mirror) and looks an ideal young successor.
Trippier’s time at Spurs seems to have come to a natural end and his exit would make sense after a mixed campaign on an individual level.
Aarons would be a brilliant defender to bring to North London and the attack-minded right-back looks a major talent destined for the elite level.
He is a right-back that played a key role in Norwich’s promotion from the Championship in the last campaign and has everything a modern day full-back requires with pace and stamina.
The Englishman was directly involved in nine goals in 43 games for Norwich last season and is still just a teenager.
He would be excellent competition for Serge Aurier at Spurs and be another young prodigy that Pochettino could help develop.