Per the English publication, Norwich City sporting director Stuart Webber confirmed there was interest from “abroad”, but no move will happen until the summer:
Sports director Stuart Webber confirmed there was interest from abroad in Aarons last month but all parties believed any discussion over a transfer was best left until the end of the season. Bayern are looking to add depth to their defence with younger players. They have already agreed a deal with Red Bull Leipzig’s 22-year-old center-back Dayot Upamecano. And, as Sportsmail reported last month, they also have a pre-contract agreement in place with Reading left-back Omar Richards, also 22.
For Bayern Munich, Aarons would represent an interesting acquisition. While Benjamin Pavard has rediscovered his form of late, back-up Bouna Sarr has seemingly become persona non grata in Hansi Flick’s lineup.
Should the Bavarians make a move for Aarons, it can be assumed that Sarr will be sold at a discounted rate.