Many Everton fans have been flocking to an update from Alan Myers on Max Aarons.
As per a tweet from the sport news editor, Daniel Farke has denied that Norwich City are in advanced talks with the Goodison Park outfit over the potential sale of the right-back. This is despite Italian football journalist and transfer guru Fabrizio Romano recently claiming the opposite.
Would Aarons start for Everton?
Nonetheless, what is for sure is that Aarons would be a welcome addition to the Merseyside club, given that Seamus Coleman is 32 years of age and Carlo Ancelotti’s team need to start thinking about buying a long-term successor for the Irishman.
Aarons would certainly fit the bill, and at just 21 years old, the England under-21 international has a lot of potential left to fulfil.
Everton fans on Aarons transfer update
These Toffees supporters flocked to the transfer update from Myers after he shared it on Twitter, with some fairly mixed responses to the journalist:
“Alan I did not need this news rn”
“It’s all quite snidey this with the season still ongoing”
“Get @BenG0dfrey to have a word come on @maxaarons2 join the people’s club @Everton”
“£20m plus JJK should do the trick”
“Go away Daniel”
“Sounds about the way most Everton transfers go. Pretend to talk about it for three years then the guy goes to West Ham”
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