Former Leeds United ace David Norris believes that the club would be willing to do a deal to sign Brandon Williams from Manchester United this summer despite the history between the two clubs.
Leeds and United rarely do business together, with the Elland Road club last taking a player from Old Trafford in the 2017/18 season, when Cameron Borthwick-Jackson arrived on loan.
Since then, there has been no business between the two clubs but Norris believes they would be willing to push through a deal to sign Williams from United.
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The left-back made just four appearances in the Premier League last season and has been linked with a move away from the club this summer.
And Norris thinks that Leeds would be willing to move past their history with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s men to rival them for a deal for the full-back.
Speaking exclusively to This Is Futbol, he said: “If he thought this was the missing piece of the jigsaw type player, we’re just going to have to swallow it, we’ll give it a try and we’ll change the history of the past. And we’ll see what happens.
“At this stage I think that it would have to be more that than taking someone on loan to see how it goes.”