Darren Bent backs Tottenham Hotspur to sign Norwich City right-back Max Aarons

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Former Premier League striker Darren Bent thinks Tottenham Hotspur must land the signature of Max Aarons from Norwich City when the transfer window resumes at the end of the season.

Aarons was among the leading entertainers for the Canaries in their title-winning Championship campaign last term, where he signed up 2 goals and 6 assists from the right-back area.

He has actually contributed simply the singular assist from 27 appearances in the top-flight this season however has actually still impressed with his taking on, aerial capability and dribbling abilities.

A current report from Football Expert exposed that Spurs have actually determined Aarons as their top summer target and Bent has actually backed his former club to protect the services of the extremely-rated full-back

“I really like him, Max Aarons. I really, really like him,” The former Stimulates striker stated.

” I viewed him a lot in the Championship, and he’s taken a major step up to the Premier League and done very, very well. If Norwich do decrease, which looks like it may take place, I think he’ll be out the door.

” I think he ‘d be a great finalizing for Spurs. They had a hard time, in some aspects, to change Kyle Walker. They have actually got Serge Aurier however he’s actually had a hard time attimes They have actually been had to play Moussa Sissoko back there.

“So for me, I think he’d be a good signing.”

Serge Aurier has actually been the routine right-back option for Spurs this season however the Ivory Coast international has actually been irregular with his screens through the course of the campaign.

In Aarons, the north London side will have a right-back, who can sit tight for the long-lasting. He is certainly much better moving forward and must enhance on his protecting with experience.

The 20- year-old has more than 4 years staying on his existing contract with the Canaries. Daniel Farke’s side should, nevertheless, consider his sale, if they are relegated from the Premier League this season.

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