Tottenham Hotspur want Championship ace to replace Serge Aurier
Tottenham Hotspur have reportedly earmarked Norwich City defender Max Aarons as a potential replacement for Serge Aurier in the summer.
The Ivorian was recently dropped for the Brighton game after reacting angrily to his half-time substitution against Liverpool by leaving the stadium.
He was brought back to action for the Premier League defeat to Chelsea in midweek, but it is still uncertain whether he will remain with the club beyond the summer.
According to Eurosport, the north London side have already drawn up potential replacements for the right-back and consider Aarons as the leading target for the summer.
Aarons, who has also been linked with Manchester United, has been a consistent performer for the Canaries in the Championship this term where he has bagged one goal and three assists from 28 games.
Daniel Farke's side are on course for top-flight promotion at the first time of asking, but they are likely to struggle to keep hold of Aarons, who is also on the radar of German giants Bayern Munich.