Norwich City are delighted to announce that Max Aarons has signed a new deal with the Club, keeping him at Carrow Road until June 2023.
The Academy graduate only signed his first professional contract with Norwich City earlier this year, which was until 2021.
However, after becoming a regular in Daniel Farke’s side this season, Aarons has extended his future with the Football Club.
The full-back has made nine appearances in all competitions so far this season, scoring his first professional goal in the Canaries 3-1 victory over Cardiff City in the Carabao Cup.
On his new contract, Aarons said: “I’m really happy as the Club has shown their faith in me.
“To play me at 18-years-old, some managers wouldn’t have done that, so I can only thank the boss for that.
“It’s amazing, from last season with the Under-23s and now in the Championship it has been a big step, I’ve really enjoyed it and can’t wait to carry on.”
Head Coach Daniel Farke is impressed with how the 18-year old has developed this season.
He said: “From the first moment he was with us he has improved each and every day, his consistency in his performances is outstanding.
“He’s just 18-years-old, it’s outstanding at such a young age with such good performances, I hope we can develop him further.”