The versatile full-back spent last season on loan at Norwich City and can’t be guaranteed first-team playing time at United next season, which may lead to him finding a club that can.
Brandon Williams Allowed to Leave for Suitable Offer
Will Williams Stay or Go?
The Manchester-born 21-year-old came through the academy at his boyhood club, so he may be inclined to stay and fight for his place.
Reports suggest that, while United would be open to offers, they would prefer him to try and earn a starting place. This may mean Williams will leave on loan if he does leave at all.
The belief is that the player will use the preseason as a chance to stake his claim in incoming Erik ten Hag‘s squad. The Englishman was out of favour last season under Ralf Rangnick but enjoyed more luck with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer in the dugout.
United’s full-back options are far from settled at the moment and Williams may be able to build from a season of more consistent game time in Norfolk.
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What Other Transfers Are in Progress for Manchester United?
As fans will tell you, business has been slow in the red half of Manchester so far this summer.
Jurrien Timber recently rejected a move to United, much to Ten Hag’s surprise, so the focus will be on other targets such as David Raum.