Max Aarons has been named in the final England U21 squad before Lee Carsley confirms his Euro 2023 selection. 

The City right-back has been included in the preparation squad for the tournament held at St George's Park from June 6. 

Carsley will then confirm his final squad on June 14, with England's first game in the tournament to take place against Czechia later next month. Aarons is expected to be among the names included in what will be his final U21 camp - and possibly his last involvement as a Norwich City player. 

England also have Germany and Israel in their groups for the competition set to be held in Georgia and Romania. 

Former City loanee Oliver Skipp has also been named in the squad after his performances for Tottenham Hotspur in the Premier League.

Aarons, 23, is still eligible for the tournament due to being 21 when the qualification process started.  

"At 23, I'm one of the senior ones there now. It's really good, and we've got some good games coming up," City's right back said back in March.

"It's really nice to go away and play some games there. You can never get comfortable; you could easily not be there. It's a sign that your performances have been good.

"Everytime that I'm called up, I am really grateful. I have goals to play at senior level, so that's what I want to do. There are some really good games with the U21s to come."

It's set to be a busy summer for the Norwich right back, with an expectation that he will depart the club after years of transfer speculation. 

Norwich are braced for interest in their academy graduate with sporting director Stuart Webber conceding that now is the right time for Aarons to progress his career after five years in the first-team at Carrow Road. 

The Pink Un: Max Aarons is expected to leave Norwich City this summer. Max Aarons is expected to leave Norwich City this summer. (Image: PA Images)

The right back has entered the final 12 months of his deal at Norwich and is unlikely to sign a fresh contract, meaning he would be free to leave for nothing next summer. 

Clubs from Germany and the Premier League are monitoring his situation ahead of the summer transfer window, with interest rising in City trio Gabriel Sara, Andrew Omobamidele and Milot Rashica. 

Norwich are open to offers in their young talent as they begin to churn their squad following a disappointing Championship campaign.