Manchester United have identified Max Aarons as their summer target to strengthen their options at right-back, according to Todo Fichajes.
Aarons has shown great promise at Norwich City, who are considered among the favourites to be promoted back to the Premier League this campaign.
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However, sooner or later he’s going to have to depart Carrow Road in order to strengthen his chances of breaking into the England squad.
History shows that being a Manchester United player can help you achieve that ambition, so this news shared by Todo Fichajes bodes well for the player.
They claim that Aarons is Man United’s chosen right-back target for the summer transfer window, with Barcelona exiting the race after signing Sergino Dest.
Man United do have the sturdy Aaron Wan-Bissaka occupying that role at current, but a club competing on all fronts needs strength in depth.
Aarons would help Ole Gunnar Solskjaer achieve that in that area of the field, so wouldn’t be a bad acquisition for the Red Devils to make.