Manchester United reportedly agree terms with Swansea City for Daniel James to make the switch to Old Trafford.
Manchester United have reportedly agreed to pay £15m for Swansea City winger Daniel James.
The 21-year-old came close to joining Leeds United during the January transfer window, but the Wales international continued to impress at the Liberty Stadium during the second half of the Championship campaign.
James ended the season with four goals and seven assists from 33 outings, and the Daily Mail suggests that United have decided to press ahead with their interest in the player.
The report claims that the two clubs have reached an agreement over a fee, with United prepared to spend £15m in order to sign James on a long-term contract.
Swansea are in a position where they must raise funds this summer, and parting ways with their star man will ease the financial concerns at the Welsh club.
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