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Man Utd unhappy with Norwich price for Aarons

Manchester United are unhappy with Norwich City's valuation for Max Aarons.

Despite Aarons appearing certain for a move, Championship table-toppers Norwich won't budge on their valuation.

And this decision could lead to United prioritising other investments.

The Daily Express says club chiefs may deem a £35m outlay on Aarons 'unnecessary' - choosing to target a new striker and centre-back instead.

The Red Devils already forked out £50m for Aaron Wan-Bissaka in 2019, and also have talented prospect Brandon Williams in reserve.

Sevilla defender Jules Kounde has emerged as a serious target, although club chiefs may also be reluctant to match his £68m release clause.

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