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Man United legend weighs in with his verdict on four-goal midfielder’s imminent move to Old Trafford

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Manchester United are set to complete the signing of Swansea winger, Daniel James for a fee believed to be in the region of £18m according to BBC Sport. 

James has been hugely impressive in his breakthrough season with the Swans, and his good run of form evidently hasn’t gone unnoticed.

The Welsh international has four goals and seven assists to his name, and will be keen to replicate that form when he signs for Manchester United in the near future.

Wales manager, Ryan Giggs has predicted that his former side have got an exciting talent on their hands, in a recent interview with Sky Sports. 

“He is not only a fantastic player, but a fantastic guy as well.

“He’s very level-headed and yes if it does go through, United have got a very talented and exciting player.”

Giggs has issued a message to James ahead of his move, which the winger will be hoping can prove to be a success.

“It’s the biggest club in the world so my message to him is enjoy the challenge, don’t be anyone else, and you’ll be fine.”

James will be keen to hit the ground running at Old Trafford, although it remains to be seen as to whether he will be a regular starter for the Red Devils in next year’s campaign.

The Verdict: 

He’s spot on.

James is a player that can make it to the very top, and I really hope that he is given the chance of regular game time with the Red Devils.

If he settles down well, then Man United will have one of the brightest young talents on their hands who can take them to the next level in the future.


Editorial Assistant at Snack Media, writing for Football League World on a regular basis! Sports Journalism graduate from Southampton Solent University.

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