It has been claimed that Spurs are closely following his situation. The exciting young full-back is rated at £20 million, and he has more than three years left on his contract at Carrow Road.
Many Spurs fans feel that he would be a good signing for the club. However, there are others who feel that Spurs have enough depth and quality in their full-back areas and that Aarons is not an upgrade to what they already have.
Has he grown 5 inches since last summer?
We were told Mourinho thought he was too short previously.
The 21-year-old is a highly talented right-back who can also play as a left-back. He impressed heavily for Norwich in the Premier League last season, but he is yet to register an assist in the Championship thus far.
Spurs have Serge Aurier as their first-choice right-back, while they have got a solid back-up option in Matt Doherty. Japhet Tanganga can also operate in that role if needed.
At left-back, Jose Mourinho has two quality players in Sergio Reguilon and Ben Davies.
Although adding young talents to the side is always a healthy sign, in this case, Spurs should look to bolster other areas of the pitch.