Tottenham Hotspur might return to Norwich for their right-back Max Aarons this summer after registering interest before.
It has been reported that Spurs are set to lose Ivorian Serge Aurier this summer and see Aarons as the perfect replacement for the former PSG man according to Sky Sports.
But the London club won't have it easy as the reports indicate that Everton and Manchester United are also monitoring the player and might make a move for the Englishman too this summer.
Apart from Aarons, Spurs is believed to be watching Brighton & Hove Albion’s Tariq Lamptey but a deal seems unlikely due to the hefty £50 million price tag placed on the young English right back by his club.
Aarons could be available for £30m but with his side also participating in the Premier League next season, it is claimed that the player is in no hurry to make a move but a dream of playing for a more established club like Spurs or United would be hard to turn down.
At right-back, Spurs have Matt Doherty and Japhet Tanganga but the latter is naturally a central defender with the former having had a tough debuts season at the club following his arrival from Wolves last summer.
United is the most lucrative option with the chance to play in the Champions League, but Aarons could face the tough task of displacing Aaron Wan-Bissaka who has made the position his own.