Swansea City star Daniel James will reportedly be a Manchester United player soon with fans excited to see their new signing.
The Welshman has been linked with a move to Old Trafford for weeks now and it was believed the transfer was going to happen quickly.
Unfortunately that hasn’t been the case and supporters have been made to wait patiently for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s first signing.
James was meant to resolve United’s right-wing issues and was meant to signal just what type of player the Norwegian wants to bring in.
With Juan Mata potentially departing once his contract is over, the youngster will be arriving at the perfect time.
According to Manchester Evening News, everything is set between the Red Devils and Daniel and the transfer was only put on hold due to his father’s death but expectations are it will be completed by mid-June.
It makes sense to wait due to the tragic circumstances but also due to the national team’s ongoing exploits.
Ryan Giggs has revealed that James pushed to represent his country despite what had occurred to him and so completing the move after the fixtures are played is a realistic matter.
Soon pre-season will begin and supporters can see the winger in full flow, hopefully taking apart opposition defenders.