Aaron Wan-Bissaka is reportedly a ‘top target’ for Arsenal with Unai Emery apparently ‘impressed’ by the 21-year-old right-back who could cost £40m.

3Max Aarons

CARDIFF, WALES – AUGUST 28: Max Aarons of Norwich City celebrates after scoring his sides third goal during the Carabao Cup Second Round match between Cardiff City and Norwich City at the Cardiff City Stadium on August 28, 2018, in Cardiff, Wales. (Photo by Harry Trump/Getty Images)

Arsenal are reportedly prepared to match any move from North London rivals Tottenham Hotspur for Norwich City right-back Max Aarons.

The Mirror wrote in late December that the 18-year-old has impressed Arsenal this season, and Unai Emery’s transfer team are ‘keen to take him’. They face competition from Tottenham though, who are just as keen to bring the full-back to their club.

However, Norwich weren’t keen to let Aarons leave in January, but there was a suggestion they would be willing to do business in the summer. That makes sense, considering the right-back has started most league games this season, so he’s clearly a crucial part of their run for promotion.

Despite his position in the defence, Aarons has scored three and assisted four this season, so he provides a bit of attacking threat as well as his defensive capabilities. His best attribute is probably his dribbling though, which is helpful given how much Arsenal full-backs have to get forward and take players on.