English Premier League outfit Arsenal have been advised to move in for Norwich City right full-back Max Aarons so as to secure a permanent solution to that position.
Stephan Lichtsteiner has not been too convincing at the Emirates Stadium and most importantly he has not goat age on his side which makes Max Aarons a good fit for the Gunners.
Also, the inconsistency for Spanish star player Hector Bellerin and his injuries could hint that the Gunners now need a new option in the position who would understudy his seniors.
The youngster has been impressive to have helped his Championship side remain second in the league with a view of gaining promotion to the English top flight.
However, it will be a fight between two North London clubs with Tottenham believed to be in the race earlier on but should Arsenal show any interest, there could be a battle between them both.
It is therefore unsure if the North London side will give in to the call and make a move for Max Aarons in this winter transfer win now which is already on.
Meanwhile, it is anticipated that Max Aarons will not cost the Gunners much but it is also not sure if the Championship side are also ready to part ways with him.