Man Utd’s new manager Erik Ten Hag has been advised to sign Norwich City right-back, Max Aarons during the summer transfer window.
This is according to former Man Utd star Rio Ferdinard who believes Aaron would make a good addition at Old Trafford.
Ferdinand stressed that Aarons would be available for a cut-price fee since Norwich have been relegated from the EPL to the Championship.
Speaking on his Vibe with FIVE YouTube show, Ferdinand said: “Someone like Max Aarons, you could put him like a Chris Smalling-type signing where they come in and they’ve an impact.
“They may not be straight starters immediately, but they go and they stay there for ten years and have a really good career and they impact the club at different levels.”
He added: “I think the way [Erik] Ten Hag’s playing, looking at it, it is like, “We are going to be the team that is the aggressor, we are going to be the team that dictates and dominates the games”. So he is looking to play on the halfway line.
“So defending crosses, he was a threat in the opposing box as well. So it can be done, but whether he is that guy, time will tell.”