Arsenal have found out about the transfer fee needed to sign Norwich City defender Max Aarons amidst the fact that other clubs are also on the trail of the young English right-back.
The Daily Mail stated that Arsenal, as well as the other interested clubs, will have to pay £30m for Max Aarons who has impressed as the first choice right-back for a team fighting relegation in the Premier League.
Max Aarons has been one of the best right-sided defenders in the league this term and that has attracted Everton, West Ham United and Tottenham Hotspur to his signature.
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Arsenal will have to act fast on Max Aarons or risk the other clubs swooping in on the player that has featured five times for the England u-21 team.
Aarons made his Norwich City debut last season in the English Championship where he impressed and helped the Canaries secure promotion to the Premier League for this season before being named the Young Player of the Year.
He recently turned 20 and also have a long-term contract until 2024 having renewed his deal last season.
Arsenal have a serious need for a right-back with first choice Hector Bellerin still battling to be fit after a lengthy injury that forced him to miss the majority of 2019.