Arsenal to return for 21-year-old that wants to join a top club

Arsenal is expected to revive their interest in Max Aarons this summer even though he has just won promotion to the Premier League with Norwich City.

The 21-year-old has been on the radar of the Gunners for a long time now as they look to add new stars to their squad.

The Express says after signing Ben White and Albert Sambi Lokonga, the Gunners’ next transfer target is Aarons.

The Gunners will add several players to their squad this summer, but they have confirmed just left-back, Nuno Tavares as their latest signing.

We expect the Portuguese star to be followed through the Emirates door by a few more signings and Aarons could be one.

He has won the Championship twice in the last three seasons and spent the 2019/2020 season in the Premier League with the Canaries.

They were relegated at the end of that campaign and they would want to avoid a repeat of that.

Keeping their top players would help establish themselves as a long term fixture in England’s top division.

However, the report says Aarons has decided to move to a bigger club this summer, opening the door for Arsenal to make a move for him.

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  1. Voyageur says:

    The way Tavares finished with his right foot yesterday makes me wonder if he could be a long term RB solution. In the meantime any two of Cedric, AMN and Chambers should suffice.

    1. Weeble says:

      Absolutely, great minds think alike!

      1. jon fox says:

        I would put it this way: That easily satisfied “minds think alike”. None of those you list are anywhere near the standard we vitally need in the longterm and I believe you know that as well as I do, despite your comment!

    2. CorporateMan says:

      I agree. And if we can find a buyer, I’d say sell Cedric

    3. Ozziegunner says:

      Voyageur, I have suggested this for some time. Nuno Tavares has a very strong right foot, although his left foot is predominate. He has experience at RB in Portugal.
      That’s not to say Max Aarons would not be a good acquisition, provided Arsenal have funds remaining to address the required midfield upgrade.

  2. Andy Grey Rider says:

    Good luck with the pronunciation!

  3. Durand says:

    At least club has identified weaknesses in the team.

    Not like we need a solid midfielder, let’s keep focused on defense. Either another CB or a backup LB to backup our current backup LB.

    1. The-Real-Vieira-Lynn-4ever says:

      Durand, we could see a lot of shoehorning again this season, maybe our just purchased back-up LB could compete over the RB vacancy with our soon-to-be 50M CB…it may seem an unusual approach, especially in North London, but some professional organizations actually identify their most pressing needs, then aggressively target those individuals who might best address those needs, before preoccupying themselves with more periphery concerns…it’s baffling that this continues to occur regardless of who’s been given the managerial mantle

  4. lugdush says:

    . Leno
    Aarons. White. Gaby. Terney
    . Partey
    . Aouar. Smith
    Saka. Laca. Auba

    Not bad at all and very affordable. Pepe could do one wing too and auba fighting ST position with laca

    1. Clem says:

      Where’s Thomas Partey?

  5. 03 gooner says:

    Aarons would cost North of £30m and I don’t think he is defensively good enough right now but maybe he can improve on that.

  6. Cuppers says:

    Arrons most definitely should be signed,exactly the right back we need,100% improvement on Bellerin and Cedric,still think Neves or Boussima for dm role personally like Boussima,creative midfielder/ attacking, I think we could still be looking at Manor Soloman, this young player. This player is a combination of Santi Corzola and Eden Hazard.Very quick,skillfull,scores and assists would frighten a lot pl defenders,could be steel signing,and we still need a another different type of plan B striker,promote Martinelli as main striker,Abraham or Yaremchuck that would give us something different,Yaremchuck would be a lot cheaper,and is very good with his feet as well as dominant aerial threat.Sam Johnstone as number two keeper,could oust Leno out in time.

  7. gunnerforlife says:

    Aarons is good but the pressing need is a solid DM and a quality CAM.

  8. VasC says:

    If signing Aarons will unshackle our midfield and forward players from helping out the defence for the entire duration of the game, I’ll gladly welcome him to our starting line-up, even if his signing eats up all our remaining transfer resources for this summer transfer window.

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