Farke comments on Norwich selling players, Spurs reportedly move for Aarons

Daniel Farke, Manager of Norwich City celebrates following his sides victory in the Premier League match between Norwich City and Newcastle United at Carrow Road on August 17, 2019 in...

Norwich City's Max Aarons is reportedly wanted by Tottenham Hotspur.

Daniel Farke, Manager of Norwich City celebrates following his sides victory in the Premier League match between Norwich City and Newcastle United at Carrow Road on August 17, 2019 in...

Norwich City boss Daniel Farke has told The Telegraph that the club don't need money – but wouldn't rule out selling certain players.

The Canaries are in action this afternoon, taking on Manchester United at Carrow Road in a game that Farke will be looking to take points from.

Since beating Manchester City last month, Norwich have taken just one point from four games, and need to get back to winning ways soon.

 

Some of their players are attracting major interest though, and one of those is right back Max Aarons, who has come up through the club's ranks having moved over from Luton Town in 2016.

Aarons, 20, starred in the Championship last season and has continued to show his potential in the Premier League, much to the interest of Tottenham Hotspur.

The Telegraph claim that Spurs have picked out Aarons as the solution to their right back problems, and have actually already opened talks about a January deal.

Max Aarons of Norwich City during the Premier League match between AFC Bournemouth and Norwich City at Vitality Stadium on October 19, 2019 in Bournemouth, United Kingdom.

Norwich surely won't want to lose Aarons mid-season, despite landing Sam Byram from West Ham United over the summer, but boss Farke has suggested it may be possible.

Farke has admitted he will just have to accept if certain players want to move on to big clubs, giving Spurs hope of a January deal for Aarons – but the German did acknowledge that Norwich don't need the money, and won't be pressured into a deal.

“Sometimes a player develops quicker than a club and you have to accept it if a player wants to have a bigger move and that there are bigger clubs in world football than we are,” said Farke. “But there is no financial pressure on us - we don't have to sell any player even if there is an offer of £200million. We don't need the money to keep the club going,” he added.

Max Aarons of Norwich City during the Premier League match between Norwich City and Aston Villa at Carrow Road on October 05, 2019 in Norwich, United Kingdom.

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