Sources: Barca bids rejected for Norwich star

7:42 AM ETSam Marsden

Moises Llorens

Barcelona have had two offers dismissed for Norwich City safeguard Max Aarons as they hope to supplant Nelson Semedo, sources have affirmed to ESPN.

Barca first connected with Aarons’ specialists over an exchange in May and have just concurred on close to home terms with the right-back.

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Notwithstanding, they have been not able to hit an arrangement with Norwich, with an underlying proposal to take Aarons borrowed with a choice to purchase the following summer for around €20 million thumped back by the Championship club.

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A subsequent offer has likewise been turned down yet sources revealed to ESPN that Barca haven’t totally surrendered any expectation of handling the England under-21 worldwide yet in the wake of making him their No.1 full-back objective.

Sources at the Catalan club have revealed to ESPN that Semedo could leave in the following week, with talks at a serious stage with a Premier League side.

Barca would like to sell Semedo for over €30m. They plan to re-put away that cash on a more youthful right-back to rival Sergi Roberto this season.

Aarons, 20, has risen as their favored choice yet they are likewise dealing with various choices on the off chance that they can’t discover an advancement in arrangements with Norwich.

Ajax safeguard Sergino Dest has additionally been trailed by Barca for some time and is another name on the table if Semedo is sold in the coming days.

On account of the two Aarons and Dest, Barca face rivalry from Bayern Munich. Sources near the United States global have revealed to ESPN that the Bundesliga champions are in post position.

That would make room for Barca to move for Aarons, in spite of the fact that they have likewise sounded out the odds of doing bargains for Arsenal’s Hector Bellerin and Manchester United’s Diogo Dalot.

Barca could in any case push ahead with marking a full-back regardless of whether Semedo remains. Nonetheless, they can’t accepting until they offload players, which is the reason they at first proposed a season-long credit while haggling for Aarons.