Norwich City told Arsenal to pay £50m to complete a deal for their first team star
Arsenal have been making waves in the transfer news since the past months, in their bid to add more qualities and experienced players to their squad ahead of the next campaign.
The Gunners who have been heavily linked with a Norwich star Max Aaron has been attracted to another Norwich star, as they reportedly planned a summer move to secure the services of the England international.
The Gunners have identified the 22 years old as a potential transfer target, to solve their defense mystery ahead of the next campaign.
The 22 years old has enjoyed a regular first team start this campaign featuring for the Canaries 29 games in all competition, at the club level.
Norwich is however likely to be seen in the Championship next season and this has been the Gunners motive of making a move to secure the services of their star players.
The North London club have been reported to have made an approach, to discuss the developments and availability of the Norwich star, ahead of the next campaign.
Norwich have however demanded a sum of £50m from the North London club for the players, who have also been shown interest by other Premier League clubs like Liverpool and Tottenham.
Ben Godfrey still has deal with Norwich City till 2023 and could be seen in the Gunners shirt in the next campaign, given they are able to pay the £50m ransom demanded from them by Norwich.
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