Manchester United have agreed a fee in principle for Swansea winger, Daniel James. The Welshman becomes United’s first summer signing.
After a season that can be described as nothing short of disappointing, Ole Gunnar Solksjaer and Manchester Units have began the much needed rebuilding exercise by adding Welsh International Daniel James to their set up.
In a statement on the Official club website, they said;
“Manchester United is delighted to announce that it has agreed, in principle, terms with both Swansea City and Daniel James for his transfer to the club.
Daniel has successfully completed a medical at the Aon Training Complex.
Further details will be communicated once the international transfer window”
The young, pacy Swansea midfielder excelled in the championship for the Welsh side last season as they failed to make it to the play offs.
His seven goals and six assists couples with some brilliant performances made him a target for top clubs with Monaco and United leading the race. However, the red devils appeared to have won the race to sign the promising young chap.
James joined Swansea at age 16 , after spending his formative years at Hull City and spent 5 years at the Liberty stadium before making the switch to Manchester.
James is the first of many signings expected at Old Trafford this summer as United look to right the wrongs of the past season.