Manchester United have formally announced the signing of former Swansea City attacker Daniel James, per reports on club’s official website.
James was one of the revelations of the season in the Championship for Swansea last season. His impressive display led to Solskjaer seeking the opinion of Wales manager Ryan Giggs over his signing and the former United player gave the nod to the aforementioned Norwegian boss.
James becomes the first summer signing for United after completing a £15 million ($19m) move. He is an exciting star that has added to the crop of British players at United and he has been tipped to have a great future.
The player’s expression at his unveiling shows how delighted he is to sign for United
— Manchester United (@ManUtd) June 12, 2019
The 21-year-old player has had discussions with Solskjaer and he revealed the same on the Red Devils’ official website
“Yeah, I’ve spoke to him since I’ve been here.
“I think the ambition they’ve got for the club is amazing for the next few years – to get players in who are hungry and ready to work hard.
“I believe [in] that and I’m one of those players. I’m willing to work hard. It’s a challenge I’m looking forward to.”
Solskjaer is rebuilding a squad for United. He wants to have a mix of youngsters and experienced players – James will offer be a huge part of the future of the club.
The new recruit is a hardworking player blessed with blistering speed and creativity. He will fight a place in the team of United with the likes of Alex Sanchez , Jesse Lingard and Anthony Martial.