Norwich City complete signing of Man United defender

Man United defender Brandon Williams has officially joined newly-promoted Premier League club Norwich on loan.

Brandon has been regularly linked with a temporary move away from the Red Devils and was supposed to join Southampton on loan in winter before the Norwegian manager intervened and blocked the move with fears lingering over his side’s squad depth.

Although Southampton were still interested and Newcastle United were also keen on Brandon, the Canaries have won the battle for his signature, and it was announced on Monday that he’s signed a season-long loan at Carrow Road.

Brandon has played 50 senior games for the Red Devils but has struggled for consistent first-team minutes over the last few years.

Man United keeping close tabs with No.10 France international

Man United are reportedly still keen on signing Stade Rennais star Eduardo Camavinga, but a move to Theatre of Dreams is deemed as unlikely. Eduardo’s rapid development has not gone unnoticed on the international stage.

Camavinga already has three caps for the Les Bleus team and has also scored once, becoming the second-youngest footballer to do so. Landing France international would represent an end to an excellent summer transfer window for Man United.

The 18-year-old teenager has the potential to become a world-class midfielder and may play a crucial role at Theatre of Dreams. Matic is well into his thirties, while Brazilian Fred and McTominay are useful but hardly provides anything going forward.

The Norwegian manager does not favour Donny van de Beek, and Pogba continues to be linked with a move away from Man United. That is why the Red Devils can do with one of the hottest and prodigious prospects in the French midfielder.

Man United keep a close eye on No.8 Premier League midfielder

Man United are reportedly still interested in Wolverhampton star Ruben Neves but will just add the midfielder for a fee lesser than the current £40m valuation.

Portugal international would represent a good addition, considering that the midfielder has three years of Premier League experience under his belt while, at the age of 24, his best years are still ahead of him.

Wolverhampton, too, are said to be open to the prospect of cashing in on Neves and would do business for a fee of £40m. Man United, however, are unwilling to meet those demands and would just consider a move for Ruben if he is made available for a discounted price.

With only over a week left for the transfer window to slam shut, a switch might be difficult to work out, and it stays to be if there is any movement on this front in the coming days, according to Express.