I wouldn’t be surprised at all if Max Aarons was playing Champions League football next year.
I’m not sure there’s a ceiling for him. There hasn’t been a single part of his journey so far where he hasn’t been completely in control or looked completely comfortable.
Growing up, it didn’t really matter where you played him – he was always just really, really good. Seven or eight out of 10, every single week.
When Daniel Farke first started noticing him, he just shot up. In a really short space of time, Max (below) went from the outskirts of the squad to nobody being able to believe the Norwich first team had been making do without him.
There’s no indication from Max that he wouldn’t be able to play at any level.
But we’re not concerned about that at Norwich. We have to be ready for a big bid to come in for him. It’s no surprise to us that he’s being talked about as a potential signing for some of the biggest clubs around.