Fulham are mulling over a £10m move for Norwich City defender Max Aarons, according to the Daily Telegraph.

The perennial transfer target is entering the final twelve months of his contract at Carrow Road and is currently preparing for the forthcoming UEFA under-21 championships in Georgia with England. The 23 year-old right back, who was born in Hammersmith, has made 213 appearances for Norwich since breaking into the first team in 2018 having began his career on the books of Luton Town.

Aarons has been one of the most consistent right backs in the Championship for several seasons and won the title with City in 2019 and 2021. The Telegraph says that Aarons is considered capable of proving competition for Fulham’s first choice full back Kenny Tete, who enjoyed an excellent season as Marco Silva’s men finished tenth on their return to the top flight. Both Aarons and the Canaries’ outgoing sporting director Stuart Webber have suggested that a move to pastures new could be on the cards this summer.