In an exclusive interview with Football FanCast, former Manchester City and Newcastle United defender Steve Howey has urged Max Aarons to reject any interest in him this summer and stay at Norwich City.
Aarons stayed with the Canaries when they were relegated in 2020 despite interest in him, however, it has been reported that he may be free to leave for £30million this summer.
The 21-year old has been linked with Tottenham Hotspur recently as Matt Doherty has failed to establish himself as a good enough right-back after arriving from Wolves last summer, with further doubts over the future of Serge Aurier, linked with PSG.
Speaking on why Aarons should stay with Norwich for at least one more season and how it would be better for him and the team to stick together, Howey exclusively told FFC:
“Why not go up and stay with your team that you helped get promoted? You’ve worked so hard to get back up and I think it will be disappointing if he leaves.
“I don’t think I would have liked to get promoted as a team and then move somewhere else, because you would have done it together as a group and I would want to be part of that.”
Norwich bounced back at the first time of asking under Daniel Farke, having kept a core group of players such as Tim Krul, Aarons, Todd Cantwell, Emiliano Buendia and Teemu Pukki.