Man United reaches deal with Daniel James

Swansea City winger Daniel James has reached personal agreement with Manchester United, making his transfer close to completion, Sky Sports reports.

Manchester United and Swansea City have yet to reach agreement on the transfer of the player, but talks between the two sides are continuing and Daniel James is expected to be the first "Red Devils" purchase this summer.

Manchester United is expected to pay £ 15million for James, who has only one year left in the contract with the England club's second-tier club.

James had previously demanded his departure from Swansea and during the January transfer window was very close to Leeds United transfer for £ 8.5m. However, in the end this agreement failed.

Leeds United had the opportunity to loan James 1.5 million pounds by the end of the year and then buy it for £ 7m. This amount is considerably cheaper than what is required of Manchester United, 15 million pounds.

James has only one year left in his contract with Swansea City. He has excellent this season in England, where in his 38 appearances, he has recorded five goals and ten assists.

The 21-year-old prefers to play in the position of the left-wing striker, but sometimes also plays in the position of right-wing striker and as an attacking midfielder.

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