Norwich City defender Max Aarons has reportedly emerged as a potential transfer target for Bayern Munich.
Despite Norwich's relegation from the Premier League, Aarons's reputation has improved after making 36 starts in England's top flight.
Although the Canaries are said to be keen on retaining the services of their biggest assets, they will inevitably receive interest during the summer window.
According to Sky Sports Austria, Bayern see value in trying to sign the 20-year-old in a deal worth £18m.
The Bundesliga champions are keen to bring in a younger player with potential as backup to the established Benjamin Pavard.
With Aarons having a contract at Carrow Road until 2024, Norwich are likely to demand in excess of £25m.