Arsenal have found themselves in a multiple team battle for highly rated Norwich City defender Max Aarons.
As many as four teams are interested in signing Max Aarons who played a major role in the promotion campaign of the Canaries last season.
Max Aarons and Norwich City were in the second tier until last summer when their promotion to the Premier League was confirmed after winning the English Championship.
The Daily Mail said that Arsenal are in a four-way fight to sign him.
The interest of Arsenal in the young England right-back became a public consumption this week.
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Only the Premier League sides want to sign Max Aarons during the current transfer market.
Tottenham Hotspur, Everton and West Ham United have all made enquiry about the Norwich City player.
It was revealed that the Gunners made their own enquiry about Max Aarons earlier this week as concerns over the fitness of first choice right-back Hector Bellerin continue to grow.
Hector Bellerin is yet to fully recover from the serious knee injury that ended his season last year.
He returned briefly to the Arsenal team at the end of last year but a tight hamstring meant that he missed the last one month.