Yesterday, talkSPORT claimed that West Ham are interested in signing £30 million-rated Norwich City right-back Max Aarons.

And ExWHUemployee has verified that report by suggesting that the Hammers are indeed after the 19-year-old:

Some West Ham fans don’t seem to be convinced that Norwich will actually be willing to sell Aarons, however:

Would be an incredible signing

Let’s not get too excited just yet.

The Daily Mail claims that Arsenal and Tottenham are very keen on signing the £30 million teenager.

Aarons is a really exciting talent. He possesses pace in abundance and is an attacking full-back in every sense.

The Norwich starlet would provide strong competition for Ryan Fredericks, and would undoubtedly help get the best out of the under performing former Fulham man.

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Max Aarons (Photo by James Williamson – AMA/Getty Images)

The 19-year-old would provide West Ham with an entirely different facet to their attacking play down the right hand side. But he is also a sound defender. Aarons is a tenacious tackler, and has very good positional sense for someone so young.

And whilst £30 million sounds like a lot of money for a 19-year-old, Aarons could be worth at least double that amount in five years, and West Ham must do everything they can to bring the teenager to the London Stadium this month.

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