The Welsh claim becomes the first United sign of Ole Gunnar Solskjær.
Manchester United and Swansea will agree a move to Daniel James, Daily Mail's wing claims. United has long been associated with the 21-year-old wing.
The newspaper notes that the transitional amount will be £ 15 million (for NOK 170 million), and if the change becomes fact, it will become the first sign of Ole Gunnar Solskjær as Manchester United coach.
Moreover, it is claimed that Everton and Newcastle were all interested, but United had taken the longest straw. They should have been prepared to offer more in wages, and more when transferring to James.
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It is expected that the 21-year-old man, above all, will be used on the right side, but that he is comfortable playing out to the left, as well as in a more central role, if he is desirable.
This season, he has played 38 times for Swansea's Graham Potters, where he got his way to the five-fold net mask, and scored ten times in the 2018/2019 season.
Potter, as we know, has recently left Swansea and taken over the Premier League club Brighton, who has also contacted James's transition.
James was also impressed with the FA Cup semi-finals where Swansea was close to Manchester City. The "Swans" led 2-0, before the City turned the settlement and won 3-2. As is known, the Guardiola Pep crew went and won the tournament.
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James' stunning season has also made former United Wales and Ryan Giggs, Wales coach appear on the Welsh national team. So far he has won two games and scored against Slovakia.
James has been very close to moving to Leeds in January, but has attracted interest from a number of the best teams in the UK in the last six months.
It was also previously claimed that Leeds hoped that a possible promotion to the Premiership could revive a possible revival for James. As you know, Marcelo Bielsa and his smoking crew Derby Frank Lampard.
For James and Swansea, the season didn't go as expected. The Welsh team finished in 10th place this season the second highest part of England's football.