Manchester United is aiming to improve its defensive position ahead of a new campaign.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has been keen to sign Atletico Madrid' right back, Kieran Trippier this summer. It is reported that United is likely to switch their interest to Norwich City’s right-back, Max Aarons if former Tottenham defender, Kieran Trippier deal backed fire.
According to ESPN, the Red Devils are reluctant to spend more than £30m for the England international, who had an impressive season at Atletico Madrid after his exit for Spurs. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is working underway to find a perfect backup to Aaron Wan Bissaka, the Reds devils are therefore desperate to land Atletico Madrid star this summer. However a new twist has emerged as the club has turned interested in signing Norwich defender, Max Aarons.
The 21-year-old had a good season at Norwich last season, scoring two goals and recording five assists in 45 league appearances for the Championship winner.
Manchester United move for Kieran Trippier may be stalled by the developing interest from by the club to sign Max Aaron who is relatively a cheaper alternative to the experienced Englishman.
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