On Twitter, the Express and Star journalist Nathan Judah posed the question over three of Norwich’s players of which Aarons was not an option (as per Nathan Judah), however, Wolves fans picked him anyway.
.@wolvespoddy getting recorded late night at Molineux tomorrow following the win over Espanyol.
Couple of #wwfc poll questions…because you know…I love a poll!
1) If Norwich go down…who would you have (if anyone) at Wolves next season? ?
— Nathan Judah (@NathanJudah) February 19, 2020
Max Aarons and Emi Buendia would make our squad look excellent
— Musings from Molineux (@molineuxmusings) February 19, 2020
— Ian Stephenson (@IanComposer70) February 19, 2020
You missed Max Aarons, right back is fantastic..
— Simon Cassar (@casmalta) February 19, 2020
Who would you rather have as a starting right-back for Wolves next season?
Of those 26 appearances, 24 have come in the Premier League, during which he has an uninspiring 6.53/10 average rating (per WhoScored), however, many of the Molineux faithful were adamant.
— ?????? (@ItsRobbieAyit) February 19, 2020
Aarons more than all three together
— WolvesAyWe (@Wolvesayi83) February 19, 2020
— Prim ? (@primgem) February 19, 2020
What do we think?
With his 6.53/10 average rating in the Premier League (per WhoScored), Aarons comes in with worse overall performances than the club’s current right-back, Matt Doherty, who has a 6.86/10 in the top flight (per WhoScored).