Southampton wants Brandon Williams on loan from Man Utd | Football news


No less than four Premier League clubs, including Southampton, are still waiting for Manchester United to decide whether or not to loan Brandon Williams this month.

No less than four Premier League clubs, including Southampton, are still waiting for Manchester United to decide whether or not to loan Brandon Williams this month.

It is understood that initial talks have taken place about the 20-year-old’s near-term future, but no decision has yet been made.

Bayer Leverkusen were interested in a deal for the left-back, who can also cover on the right, but have yet to take their investigations any further.

Williams wants to play football regularly to make the England Under-21 squad for this summer’s European Championships, but has only made one Premier League appearance this season.

However, United will face five games in three competitions over the next fifteen weeks, which may require Williams.

He impressed in his decisive season under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and made 17 Premier League appearances in total in 2019-2020.

Ighalo sparks interest from Qatar, Saudi Arabia

Manchester United lender Odion Ighalo is attracting interest from clubs in Qatar and Saudi Arabia ahead of the striker’s contract expiring at Old Trafford on January 31.

Two unnamed Premier League clubs have also asked provisional questions about the former Watford forward, who has scored five goals in 20 appearances since joining Old Trafford on deadline day in January 2020.

Ighalo’s contract with Shanghai Shenhua runs until December 31, and the Chinese Super League expects him to return when his England loan ends.

The 31-year-old is said to be happy to see his contract with the Chinese club come to an end, but is open to listening to other offers.

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