Tottenham will almost certainly look to the market for new players in the summer and one man who they need to seriously look at is Norwich City defender Max Aarons.
Eurosport have previously linked Jose Mourinho with a move for the Championship full-back and it’s a move that could make sense for Tottenham.
Aarons could be valued at £35 million by Norwich who are hopeful of securing an instant return to the Premier League this season.
Even if Daniel Farke’s men do return to the top-flight, however, they could be powerless when it comes to keeping hold of their prized asset.
The 21-year-old has been an ever-present in the Canaries team this season and is one of the best young full-backs in the country.
In total, he has made 118 appearances for Norwich, including 36 in the Premier League during the 2019/20 campaign.
Tottenham could find themselves in the market for a full-back for the second successive summer transfer window.
Serge Aurier has been the first choice this season but Matt Doherty has flattered to deceives as his understudy.
The man signed for £15 million from Wolves has featured just 12 times in the Premier League and hasn’t really adhered himself to the supporters.
In Aarons, Tottenham would be getting themselves a player who could thrive for the club for years to come.
He is quick, gets up and down well and also has plenty of ability with the ball.
Aurier has been pretty decent when called upon by Mourinho but with the £65,000-a-week Doherty struggling, a new recruit could be necessary.
The right-hand side of the defence is an area where Tottenham need to start planning for the future.
With that in mind, a move for Aarons this summer could represent a quality piece of business by the North Londoners.