Newly promoted Premier League club Norwich City have concluded plans to offer right-back Max Aarons a new contract to secure his long-term future at the club and also ward off the interest of the bigger English clubs.
Max Aarons has been an ever-present for the Canaries in their run to Premier League promotion via English Championship football.
He has played 40 times for Norwich City this term and was recently rewarded for his impressive performances in the colour of the Canaries this season by being named the EFL Young Player of the Season.
Max Aarons and Norwich City secured promotion to the top flight of English football last weekend and they can win the English Championship title this season with a draw with Premier League promotion playoffs qualifier Aston Villa.
Midlands club Villa are one of three clubs through to the playoffs alongside Leeds United and West Brom.
One playoff spot is still open for the likes of Derby County, Middlesbrough and Bristol City.
The news of a potential new contract for Max Aarons was revealed by popular English media platform The Telegraph amidst strong interest from the North London duo of Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur.
Max Aarons would be signing a second Norwich City deal in just eight months.