Barcelona have reportedly agreed a five-year deal with Norwich City defender Max Aarons.
Following Norwich's relegation from the Premier League in the most recent campaign, the highly-rated defender has inevitably been linked with moves elsewhere.
Barcelona are supposedly in the market for a new right-back - with Nelson Semedo seemingly inching closer towards a move to Wolverhampton Wanderers - and Aarons is said to fit the bill in terms of what the Catalan giants are looking for.
According to Sport, Barca have a five-year contract in place for the 20-year-old and are hoping to get a deal over the line after conceding defeat to Bayern Munich in the race for Sergino Dest.
The report claims that Ronald Koeman's side have already seen an offer of a short-term deal rejected, but Norwich would be happy to accept a loan deal so long as it includes an obligation to buy next summer.
The Canaries supposedly want £20m for the England Under-21 international, while Bayer Leverkusen are also believed to be keeping a close eye on the situation.