Norwich have beaten off competition for Brandon Williams from Newcastle and Southampton; Williams has seen his gametime at Old Trafford restricted by the form of Luke Shaw at left-back; the defender could be available to feature in Norwich's Carabao Cup game with Bournemouth on Tuesday.
The United academy player makes the move to carrow road after completing his medical over the weekend.
He is expected to spot the jersey number 21 for the canaries till the rest of the season. The united player becomes the latest addition at carrow road this summer following the likes of bill gilmour(loan from chelsea),Angus Gunn(Southampton)and milot rashica(werder Bremen).
on making the switch Brandon said:it feels different it's the first time I have ever played for a different club but am excited and ready for the challenge ahead
I'm excited and ready to meet everybody on a personal basis,it's a massive club and I just want to be here to improve myself,I'm leaving my comfort zone .
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