Norwich City set asking price for Manchester United target
Norwich City are reluctant to sell Max Aarons for anything less than £30m during this summer's transfer window.
The right-back has been the subject of big club interest over the past year and he has been linked with the likes of Manchester United and Bayern Munich.
According to Football Daily, Bayern have made initial contact with the Canaries and they have been told to pay at least £30m for Aarons.
Aarons has been a key player for the club in their promotion push from the Championship and the hierarchy are unwilling to sell him on the cheap.
Meanwhile, United have yet to make a formal approach but they see him as a potential competitor to Aaron Wan-Bissaka for the right-back spot.
Wan-Bissaka is currently the Premier League's top tackler but the club are looking for someone who can offer more in an attacking point of view.
Aside from Aarons, they have also been credited with an interest in Kieran Trippier, who is currently contracted to Atletico Madrid.