Norwich City defender Max Aarons has admitted that the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium is the joint best footballing venue which he has played in.
The Canaries right-back has played twice at the state of the art stadium this season having tasted defeat in the Premier League in January but was part of Daniel Farke’s side which ended Tottenham’s FA Cup hopes following a penalty shoot-out win.
Aarons is said to be on Tottenham’s radar this summer over a possible move to N17 with the Daily Mail reporting in January that Jose Mourinho’s side were frontrunners to land the 20-year-old.
During an Instagram live interview, Aarons sung the praises of Tottenham’s new home and described it as ‘crazy’.
Tottenham decided against replacing Kieran Trippier last summer following his switch to Atletico Madrid which has left Serge Aurier as Jose Mourinho’s first choice and only senior right-back with Kyle Walker-Peters on loan at Southampton.
Tottenham target Max Aarons says the new Tottenham stadium is the best one he has ever played in: pic.twitter.com/XzfpDlgOht
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