Everton join Bayern Munich and Manchester United with keen interest in Norwich right-back Max Aarons. Championship club’s joint-majority shareholder Delia Smith admitted last week Aarons will inevitably leave club
The Toffees are very interested in the 21-year-old as a protege to captain Seamus Coleman, who is 32 and will enter the final year of his contract in July, and potentially his long-term successor.
Earlier this month, Sky Sports News reported Bayern Munich and Manchester United are also very keen on Aarons.
The Canaries are looking for a fee of between £30m and £35m, regardless of whether or not they are promoted back to the Premier League.
Aarons is widely regarded as one of England’s best upcoming right-backs and was subject of a bid from Barcelona in January.
He is an England U21 international with seven caps and played for Norwich in the Premier League last season.