English Premier League outfit Man United defender Bradon Williams has been advised by an agent to quit the Old Trafford for a new challenge.
The unnamed Premier League agent reportedly told The Athletic that young players who do not leave the club on loan will force a move away.
It is understood that Bradon Williams is only given the opportunity to play in the Carabao Cup and the Premier League agent noted that there will be no game of the competition for the next two months as the rounds have already been played.
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Bradon Williams made his senior team debut in September last year and became a regular player in the team with 36 appearances across all competitions but it is feared that it will no longer go that way with the coming of Alex Telles.
It is now obvious that Bradon Williams will not be a regular and that means he has gone down the pecking order and will have to leave the club for a new challenge.
Manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will have to do more to be able to keep the Bradon Williams at the club by convincing him to see reasons why he should continue to stay at the club.