Many Everton fans have been left to laud a transfer update by Paul Joyce on Max Aarons.
Writing in his latest piece for The Times, the football journalist has claimed that the Goodison Park faithful have ‘identified’ the Norwich City ace as a potential option at right-back in the summer window and will look to ‘haggle down’ his £30m asking price.
Would Aarons start for Everton?
Aarons is reportedly ‘keen’ on moving to Merseyside, but the Canaries are not budging on their valuation for a player who still has three years left on his current deal at Carrow Road remaining.
With Seamus Coleman at 32 years of age now, Carlo Ancelotti’s team certainly need to think about finding a long-term replacement for the Republic of Ireland international, and at 21 years old and clearly with a lot of potential, Aarons could well fit the bill for the Toffees.
Everton fans on Joyce’s Aarons transfer update
These Blues lauded the transfer update on Aarons on Twitter, with one EFC supporter even going as far as to claim that the England U21 international would be a ‘perfect’ replacement for Coleman:
“Fans “identified” Max Aarons more than a year ago. Get it done @Everton”
“Be a boss signing that”
“Perfect Coleman replacement and it seems that Aarons is interested in coming”
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