Aarons has remained a key player for the Canaries this season. Only Oliver Skipp has featured in more league games for Daniel Farke’s side.
Norwich have booked their ticket to next season’s Premier League. And it seems that they are hoping to spend a little more than on their previous visit to the top flight.
Unfortunately, it appears that they will have to fund any moves by selling one of their stars. And the Daily Mirror has suggested that Aarons may be the one to go, with Norwich looking to make at least £30 million.
The Pink Un have reported that West Ham look set to join the running for Aarons’s signature. And the Mirror has also suggested that the Hammers are a possible destination for the 21-year-old.
The Mirror adds that Spurs and Everton could also be in the running.
West Ham do have a couple of options at right-back. And of course, Vladimir Coufal has proved to be an outstanding signing for the Irons.
But Aarons is a player also capable of playing at left-back. And that has been one area David Moyes’s men have struggled with this year due to injury.
Ben Johnson has featured on that flank of late when Aaron Cresswell and Arthur Masuaku have been absent.
Obviously, Aarons is set to be a Premier League player next year anyway. But West Ham will take a lot of confidence from the success they have enjoyed when signing players off the back of their performances in the EFL in recent years.
And the good news is that Norwich are reportedly open to letting Aarons leave.