Club chief admits Premier League newcomers could sell two star players to Man United and Arsenal

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You would hope that players will stick with a promoted team after an outstanding season in the Championship, but Norwich are turning into a yo-yo club and some of their better players have been here before.

They stormed the Championship so there will be a hope that they can take that momentum and secure survival next year, but a report from Goal has suggested that they may lose Max Aarons and Emi Buendia.

Admittedly it’s not an outcome that they are pushing for, but they indicated that the Sporting Director has admitted that both players will be allowed to go if the price is right.

Aarons has been linked with various teams but Man United need to add a new option at right back to compete with Aaron Wan-Bissaka, and it would make sense if they were a more attack-minded player to give them a different option.

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Arsenal need to reinforce their midfield with Ceballos and Odegaard set to return to Real Madrid, so Buendia would bring a proven creative threat who can also score goals so he could be a great signing if he can take his Championship form to the top flight.

It rarely works out well if a club tries to block any players from leaving and Norwich have experience of losing good players and reinvesting those transfer fees back into the squad, but time will tell if either Arsenal or United make an offer that tempts them to sell.

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  1. Honestly the young lad will prove to be a good competition for wan-bisaka the lad in question for doesn’t know the right time to cross or deliver the ball into the eighteen yard box instead max can do better in that area so let’s go get him

  2. United better to get Trippier. If Aaron’s comes in either he or Wan-Bissaka gets put on the bench. Trippier can help Wan-Bissaka and won’t mind being second choice, similar to Alex Telles on the left hand side

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