Norwich's management has asked Bayern Munich for 37 million euros for the rights of full-back Max Aarons. This was announced by Sky Sports. The 21-year-old defender has long been in the field of view of the Bavarians, and is considered an excellent replacement for Alfonso Davis.
Since the start of the campaign, Aarons has played a total of 31 games for second division Norwich, scoring one goal and three assists. With his good performance, the defender attracted the interest of some of the top clubs in Europe.
However, Bayern is leading the battle for his rights, as Sky Sports announced that negotiations on the personal conditions of the player in the final phase, leaving only the Germans to pay the amount desired by Norwich.