Manchester United has completed the signing of Swansea City attacker Daniel James in a deal worth £15 million ($19m).
It is understood the 21-year-old has signed a five-year contract with the Old Trafford giants and has become Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s first addition since his arrival as manager in December 2018.
The winger lit up the Championship in 2018-19, scoring five goals and assisting 10 more in 38 appearances in all competitions.
James also made a huge impact in this year’s FA Cup, scoring a memorable individual goal against Brentford in the fifth round, before putting in a stellar display as Swansea succumbed to a narrow defeat against Manchester City in the quarter-finals.
As a result of his excellent form, he was also handed his first two caps for Wales by United great Ryan Giggs, scoring in his second appearance against Slovakia in March.
United has released an official statement confirming James’s arrival via their club website on Friday, which reads: “Manchester United is delighted to announce that it has agreed, in principle, terms with both Swansea City and Daniel James for his transfer to the club
“Daniel has successfully completed a medical at the Aon Training Complex. Further details will be communicated once the international transfer window opens next week.”