Everton linked with 20-year-old rising Norwich star – The long-term successor of Coleman?

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Why Everton signing Max Aarons would be a smart long-term move

According to Eurosport, Everton want to add depth to their full-back area and Max Aarons has come across as a potential target. The club are keen on a long-term solution and the Norwich man could well be considered.

Profile

The 20-year-old English full-back started his youth career at Luton Town in 2009 before moving to Norwich’s youth setup in 2014.

After that, he climbed through the U-18s and U-23s before being promoted to the senior side in 2018. He was an integral part of Norwich’s promotion campaign that season and was a constant for them last season in the Premier League too.

Norwich right-back Max Aarons has enjoyed a good debut season in the Premier League. (Getty Images)
Norwich right-back Max Aarons has enjoyed a good debut season in the Premier League. (Getty Images)

In total, he has played for the Canaries 103 times, including 20 games this season. He has 4 goals and 11 assists to show for those appearances (source – Transfermarkt). Aarons has been a part of the England U-19 and U-21 sides but is yet to feature for the senior side.

Aarons can be the successor to Seamus Coleman

For over a decade, Seamus Coleman has been manning the flanks at Goodison Park. Even at 32, he possesses the same passion he had back then. However, age is slowly catching up to the veteran and injuries are starting to surface. While Everton do have Jonjoe Kenny, he hasn’t been given much of a chance to stake his claim for the position.

What is special about Coleman is that he was one of the best attacking full-backs in his prime. Marauding up and down the right hand side, he has contributed to the team’s attack as much as defence.

Max Aarons (L) in action against Liverpool (Getty Images)
Max Aarons (L) in action against Liverpool (Getty Images)

In that sense, Aaron represents an option they can look to sign. The youngster had a fantastic breakthrough season for Norwich in the Premier League last term. Although the Canaries ended up getting relegated, Aarons did himself no harm with his performances.

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The Norwich man would be the ideal option for Everton to have as a possible second choice and eventually take over from Coleman when the time comes. He would represent a smart bit of business from the club.

Why Everton signing Max Aarons would be a smart long-term move

According to Eurosport, Everton want to add depth to their full-back area and Max Aarons has come across as a potential target. The club are keen on a long-term solution and the Norwich man could well be considered.

Profile

The 20-year-old English full-back started his youth career at Luton Town in 2009 before moving to Norwich’s youth setup in 2014.

After that, he climbed through the U-18s and U-23s before being promoted to the senior side in 2018. He was an integral part of Norwich’s promotion campaign that season and was a constant for them last season in the Premier League too.

Norwich right-back Max Aarons has enjoyed a good debut season in the Premier League. (Getty Images)
Norwich right-back Max Aarons has enjoyed a good debut season in the Premier League. (Getty Images)

In total, he has played for the Canaries 103 times, including 20 games this season. He has 4 goals and 11 assists to show for those appearances (source – Transfermarkt). Aarons has been a part of the England U-19 and U-21 sides but is yet to feature for the senior side.

Aarons can be the successor to Seamus Coleman

For over a decade, Seamus Coleman has been manning the flanks at Goodison Park. Even at 32, he possesses the same passion he had back then. However, age is slowly catching up to the veteran and injuries are starting to surface. While Everton do have Jonjoe Kenny, he hasn’t been given much of a chance to stake his claim for the position.

What is special about Coleman is that he was one of the best attacking full-backs in his prime. Marauding up and down the right hand side, he has contributed to the team’s attack as much as defence.

Max Aarons (L) in action against Liverpool (Getty Images)
Max Aarons (L) in action against Liverpool (Getty Images)

In that sense, Aaron represents an option they can look to sign. The youngster had a fantastic breakthrough season for Norwich in the Premier League last term. Although the Canaries ended up getting relegated, Aarons did himself no harm with his performances.

Read More

The Norwich man would be the ideal option for Everton to have as a possible second choice and eventually take over from Coleman when the time comes. He would represent a smart bit of business from the club.

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