Former Hull City striker Dean Windass has claimed that Max Aarons would find it hard to turn down a move to Tottenham Hotspur.
Sky Sports claimed earlier this month that Spurs had renewed their interest in the Norwich City right-back ahead of the new season, but could also face competition from Manchester United and Everton.
Tottenham weighed up a move for the England Under-21 international in 2019 following the departure of Kieran Trippier to Atletico Madrid but decided against recruiting a replacement.
With Serge Aurier’s future in North London in doubt, Aarons is once again said to be on the club’s radar.
Windass believes that a move to Spurs would be an attractive prospect for Aarons, who he feels will be entrenched in a relegation battle with the Canaries next season following their return to the Premier League.
Windass told This is Futbol: “He’s a very good player, technically very good, he can hold his own in the Premier League.
“If clubs come calling, you’re not going to turn it down because in my opinion I would be saying, ‘we are going to be in a relegation battle this season.’ “
Aarons would be a good signing for Tottenham given the fact he is a homegrown player and has the pace that we have been desperately missing on the right since the sale of Kyle Walker.
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