Everton are the latest club to be linked with a move for highly rated Norwich City fullback Max Aarons. This is according to the publication from the Daily Mail but Everton will have to contend with some big European clubs in the race to sign the young Englishman. Bayern Munich, Barcelona, Borussia Dortmund, Arsenal and Manchester United have all been linked with a transfer for Max Aarons in the last one year. Max Aarons impressed for Norwich City in the Premier League last season as the Canaries were demoted to the English Championship at the end of the season. It was revealed that Barcelona made an offer for Max Aarons last summer and it was rejected by Norwich City. Italian capital club AS Roma are also interested in signing the player.

Norwich City are open to doing business with interested clubs for Max Aarons but it would be on their terms. The Championship leaders have placed a £30m price tag on the English defender. Max Aarons, 21, has a lengthy contract at Norwich City. He still has a little over three years at the club as per his current contract. Everton are yet to make a concrete offer for Max Aarons according to the aforementioned report from the Daily Mail but they have him on their shortlist for a right-back. The Toffees are expected to sign a new right-back to add to first choice right-back and club skipper Seamus Coleman. Everton Academy graduate Jonjoe Kenny is the current understudy to Seamus Coleman at right-back at Everton but he's currently on loan at Scottish Premiership giants Celtic and he's likely to be moved on in the summer to pave way for a new right-sided defender. Everton and Norwich City have already conducted a business this season with the £25m signing of Ben Godfrey by Everton. The two clubs have a good working relationship and that could be vital for the Toffees in the quest to sign Max Aarons this summer.