Recent weeks and months have seen repeated claims that Newcastle, Southampton, Leverkeusen, and other clubs are set to fight for Brandon Williams. And we believe it will be a good and a better decision to send Brandon on loan in the current transfer window. And that is why we believe he needs to go out on loan.
Now on Thursday morning, it is reported that Newcastle United have set up a deal with United for the young left back, and they are keen to complete a deal this winter transfer window.
According to the Shield Gazzetta, says the stand of a loan deal until the end of the season is now all agreed upon between the two clubs meaning Southampton, Bayer Leverkusen, and the other clubs have missed out if reports coming are anything to go by.
We believe that it will be way better for Brandon Williams to leave on loan than staying at Manchester United. Due to increased competition at the left back position combined with the form of Shaw plus the arrival of Telles. So Brandon will benefit much more by leaving on loan to any of the interested teams mentioned above. That will improve and increase his experience at the top level. If Brandon Williams ends up going out on loan this January. The young left back will surely get some handful of games to boost his confidence level.
What Solskjaer said about Brandon Williams earlier in the season.
Brandon Williams is an excellent Manchester United player who needs regular football. He made thirty six first team appearances last season but this time has found chances hard to come by. He only played six minutes of Premier League football so far this season. Sixty minutes in the Champions league plus three starts in the league cup. That was his last appearance coming in the 1-0 win over Watford.
“Brandon has done really well since he came into the team”, Solskjaer told the Metro. ” He had a slow start to the season for different reasons. I think he’s now coming back to himself.
“I can see more Brandon being Brandon again. I’ve enjoyed seeing him, I’ve enjoyed him more in training. He’s played a couple of under 23 games, so he’s been more involved”.
When quizzed on the possibility of a loan switch, Solskjaer revealed. “That’s something we’ll look at in January, but we highly rate him so whoever’s interested they’re not wrong”.