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Arsenal risk losing £25m-rated full-back target

Timothy Aiyeku

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Arsenal interest in Norwich City full-back Max Aarons is reportedly being threatened by the interest coming from German Bundesliga giants Bayern Munich for the player.

The North London club have been linked with Max Aarons and are reported to be monitoring the situation with him at Norwich so as to make a move for him this summer transfer window.

The latest reports, according to German sources, claims Bayern Munich are showing real interest in the player and could tempt him with a luring offer to beat the Gunners in the race.

Although, Norwich have bid farewell to the Premier League after failing to avoid relegation but the value of Max Aarons is unmoved after playing 36 games last season and giving an impressive performance.

Mikel Arteta is a big fan of Max Aarons but it is unsure Arsenal will be able to stand the completion from other Bayern Munich for his signature as he is valued at £25 million with four more years left to the end of his contract with Norwich City.

With the North London outfit considering keeping Hector Bellerin, there could be no need for Max Aarons this summer but should the Spanish defender leave the club, the Norwich defender will be a good deal.

Timothy Aiyeku is a Mass Communication graduate from the Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria. He is a sports, everything football analyst.