Move on, you’ll not get starting place under Ten Hag – Robinson tells Man Utd star

Former England goalkeeper, Paul Robinson feels Manchester United defender, Brandon Williams should move on because he will not get a starting place under incoming manager, Erik Ten Hag, next season.

Williams joined Norwich City on loan at the start of the season.

Following their relegation back to the Championship, the 21-year-old is set to return to Manchester after their final Premier League game on Sunday against Crystal Palace.

Williams still has two years left on his contract with Man United.

“Under [Erik] ten Hag, everyone will get a clean slate at Man United. Williams has never really been given a run of games at United but that could change. What he has to do is hit the ground running in pre-season.”

“But, if I am honest, he is unlikely to even get a place on the bench next season. For that reason, I think it is more than likely that he will move on, whether that be on loan or on a permanent basis,” Robinson told Football Insider.

Williams has featured regularly for Norwich, making 29 appearances.

Ten Hag to give approval for Manchester United to sell two top stars

Incoming Manchester United manager, Erik Ten Hag, will give the club his approval to sell or keep two top stars at the club this summer.

According to the Sun, Man United will delay contract decisions over Luke Shaw and Fred with Ten Hag to have final say on their futures.

Shaw’s current contract with Man United will expire in 2023 with the Red Devils holding the option to extend that by a further year.

The England defender has endured a disappointing campaign at Old Trafford that came to an end through injury in April.

Fred, meanwhile, has one year left on his current deal with the option of a further 12 months but Man United would be more willing to listen to offers for the Brazilian at the right price.

Recall that Man United appointed Ten Hag as their new permanent manager last month.

The Dutchman will replace interim manager, Ralf Rangnick at the end of the season.

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