Six clubs reportedly chasing talented Norwich defender; international boss registers Spurs interest

The manager of the world's highest-ranked team is apparently interested in the manager's job at Spurs, plus Manchester United's chase for Jadon Sancho may be back on.

Norwich right-back Max Aarons is a wanted man

West Ham are reportedly now joining the race to sign Norwich City's Max Aarons in the summer, per The Independent.

The 21-year-old stayed with the Canaries after their relegation last summer, but has carried on improving in the Championship and Norwich are expecting a battle to secure the young Englishman's signature.

The full-back has now been linked with the Hammers, Everton, Barcelona, Manchester United, Bayern Munich and Tottenham, with rumours about his situation set to rumble on through the summer.

Currently, Everton are favourites to sign Aarons in the summer at 11/8 with Sky Bet, Manchester United are 9/4 and West Ham are priced at 8/1.

Martinez to make a Premier League return with Spurs?

The search for Tottenham Hotspur's next manager continues, and Belgium boss Roberto Martinez has reportedly thrown his name into contention to be the next person in the dugout at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.

The Express report that Martinez has contacted his agent to begin the 'groundwork' on setting up a move to London, with the Spaniard reportedly keen on a return to club management.

Former Spurs player Ryan Mason is leading the team on an interim basis until the end of the season.

Martinez is currently a 25/1 shot with Sky Bet to become the next Tottenham manager, with Maurizio Sarri currently the 7/4 favourite ahead of RB Leipzig manager Julian Nagelsmann at 4/1.

Sancho Manchester United move 'more likely' after Woodward departure

The Star are reporting that Manchester United may have a better chance of signing Jadon Sancho in the summer, following the upcoming departure of Ed Woodward from the club.

United have been long-time admirers of the Borussia Dortmund winger, but Woodward's previous bids for Sancho have fallen short of Dortmund's valuation thus far.

Former Red Devils player Lee Sharpe would also back the move, saying: "I don't think you can ever have too many options creatively going forward. I think Jadon Sancho - as much as he's still pretty young - he's played a lot of Champions League football, a lot of first team football, so he's quite an experienced player.

"I think he would add a touch of class. He's a league above most players in that position. His ability to create and score is phenomenal and I think the way United play on the counter-attack with his pace, he'd be deadly."

Old Trafford is the most likely next destination for the England international according to the bookies, with 5/2 odds on Sky Bet on Sancho signing for United this summer. Chelsea are 6/1 shots to be Sancho's next club, with Liverpool at 9/1.

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