Manchester United defender Brendon Williams has joined Premier League side Norwich on Monday on a season-long loan.
England Under-21 International Williams started United in September 2019 after joining the youth ranks at Old Trafford.
The 20-year-old left-back is unable to secure a place in the Ole Gunnar Solskjیرr team due to his excellent form.
“This is the first time I’ve ever played for a different club before, but I’m excited to get started, meet everyone and run my season,” Williams told Norwich’s website.
“The club loves to play from behind and play football. It really encouraged me to come here, and I think the head coach can make me better as a player.”
The advanced Norwich lost his first two games of the season against Liverpool and Manchester City, scoring eight goals and conceding no.
Canary boss Daniel Fark hopes Williams can help stabilize the ship.
“Brendan is a young player full of talent, who has also proved himself to be the first club in Europe,” Farke said.
“Brandon is a confident young man, competitive and brave. We don’t put too much pressure on his shoulders.
“It only has to be performed when it is allowed to start.”
Lyon signed Shakiri from Liverpool.
Lyon have signed Swiss international midfielder Sherdan Shakiri from Liverpool, both clubs announced on Monday.
Leon said the 29-year-old received an initial fee of six million euros, which increased to a total of 11 million euros (.9 12.9 million) with the bonus, and he signed a contract by 2024.
Caught 96 times by Switzerland, Shakiri played for Basel, Bayern Munich and Inter Milan before moving to England in 2015 when he signed for Stoke City.
He then joined Liverpool in 2018 and made 63 appearances for Anfield Club in the last three seasons and won medals in the Premier League, Champions League, Club World Cup and UEFA Super Cup.
“Everyone at Liverpool FC has been thankful for Shardan for the last three seasons and wishes him well for the rest of his career,” the club said in a statement.
Italian international left-back Emerson Pamiri is the second player to leave the Premier League in recent days after signing a loan from Chelsea.
Joshua Kammich extends his stay in Bayern Munich until 2025.
German international Joshua Kammich has signed an extension to stay at Bayern Munich until 2025, the club announced on Monday.
Kumch, a versatile player, easily in both defense and midfield, was under contract with the German champions until 2023.
Oliver Kahn, the club’s sports director, wrote on Twitter, “We are delighted that Joshua Kammech is staying in Munich!
The Bavarian giants intended to keep Kumch, who has become one of the best midfielders in Europe since signing Bundesliga rivals RB Leipzig in 2015.
In total, Kammich has played 264 matches with Byron, scored 30 goals, and won six German titles, three German Cups and the Champions League with the club.
“The most important reason for my contract extension is that I can happily pursue my hobby every day at FC Bayern,” Kumch said in a club statement.
In the summer, Byron lost Austrian defender David Alaba on a free transfer to Real Madrid after his contract expired. The club wanted to avoid a similar situation with Kammach.
Kammich played a full 90 minutes on Sunday as Bayern Munich won 3-2 against FC Cologne, their first home win of the new Bundesliga campaign.