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Everton: Alex McLeish drops Max Aarons transfer claim

Everton: Alex McLeish drops Max Aarons transfer claim - Everton Transfer Rumours

Alex McLeish has dropped a transfer claim on whether he thinks Max Aarons would be a good signing for Everton or not.

The former Rangers and Scotland international manager was giving his reaction to a recent report from Sky Sports that stated that the Goodison Park faithful are considering a summer move for the Norwich City star, who valued him at between £30m and £35m, as a long-term replacement for Seamus Coleman.

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Speaking to Football Insider, McLeish has claimed that Aarons would be an ‘excellent’ replacement for the Republic of Ireland international:

“Recruitment is vital. That, for me, is a guy who knows his way about on a football field.

“Aarons would be an excellent signing and replacement for the captain. He has been fantastic, has Seamus.

“I nearly had him as a kid at Birmingham, he played a trial game for me when he was 16. At that time, we didn’t invest in young players, I think it was about £100,000 or something.

“David Sullivan, David Gold – we decided would keep the money for someone more experienced coming in. There you go, there’s one we lost.” 

Aarons would be a great replacement for Coleman

There is no doubt that Aarons would be a great replacement for Coleman in the long-term, given that the latter is 32 years of age now and will be turning 33 in October.

Aarons is only 21 and has a bundle of potential, which can be fulfilled under Carlo Ancelotti. The right-back has impressed so far in the EFL Championship in the 2020/21 term, helping his team keep no fewer than 11 clean sheets while also averaging 1.8 clearances, 1.3 key passes and 1.2 successful dribbles a game (Sofascore).

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