Manchester United continue to be linked with a move for Swansea City winger Daniel James – although this morning we have had contradicting reports.
Earlier on, we covered a story which stated that the Red Devils had agreed a £15million fee to sign the Wales international.
However, shortly after the aforementioned report, Sky Sports have offered up a differing view. They say that United have actually agreed personal terms with James – although the Reds and Swansea City are yet to settle on a transfer fee.
Sky also add that James is set to be United’s first signing of the summer as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer looks to inject youth into a squad that needs major overhaul.
James enjoyed a breakthrough season with Swansea in the 2018/19 campaign, so-much-so that Wales boss Ryan Giggs handed the 21-year-old his debut.
The talent is clearly there with James scoring five and assisting ten during the season – and although he’ll need time to adjust, there is a potential opening for the attacker in that right-wing slot.
Hopefully, this deal is pushed over the line in the not too distant future and we’ll get to see James on United’s pre-season tour of Australasia in July. I’m certainly excited to see how he gets on.