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Max Aarons could soon join West Ham as David Moyes’ transfer business kicks into gear

West Ham United are reportedly set to make a bid for Norwich right-back Max Aarons.

According to a report from TEAMtalk, West Ham are preparing an offer for Max Aarons in the summer transfer window.

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Max Aarons could soon join West Ham as David Moyes' transfer business kicks into gear

The East London outfit have been heavily linked with a move to sign the 23-year-old over the past couple of years – most recently just a couple of weeks ago.

Hammers manager David Moyes needs to sign a top-class right-back this summer, with an upgrade required on Vladimir Coufal and Ben Johnson.

 

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And it seems as though the Scot thinks Aarons could be the man for the job…

Max Aarons could soon join West Ham as David Moyes’ transfer business kicks into gear

TEAMtalk claim that the Hammers boss is about to make an offer for the Norwich full-back.

I truly believe that the 23-year-old would be a really good signing for the Hammers.

The Norwich ace has plenty of pace and has the kind of energy that David Moyes ideally looks for in a player.

Football Scouting Experts have described him as a sensational player, whilst Breaking The Lines suggest that he has ‘outrageous acceleration’.

 

Max Aarons could soon join West Ham as David Moyes' transfer business kicks into gear

The Canaries ace was part of the England under-21 squad that just won the Euros.

Norwich will allegedly demand around £30 million for Max Aarons (The Times), but I think that might just be a little bit steep for West Ham, in spite of how good he is.

Perhaps if we could pick him up for closer to £20-25 million, it will be a deal worth pursuing for the Hammers.

That said, if Norwich won’t budge on their £30 million asking price, I still think Aarons will be a good signing for us.

 

 

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