Manchester United recently announced that they had agreed a deal in principle with Swansea City over the transfer of Daniel James, who is all set to become Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's first signing at the club.
It is understood that United will pay Swansea £18million, including add-ons, for the 21-year-old player, with the move expected to be formally completed on Tuesday, when FIFA's worldwide transfer window - the Transfer Matching System - opens.
However, the player is yet to sign the offer as according to football journalist Simon Stone, the winger can only sign after global transfer window opens.
"He's assured me that he's ready to play but we'll have to see how we go".
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"He played for Swansea in a very attacking team".
'The Premier League club has also agreed personal terms with James, 21, following a successful medical at Old Trafford. And with all respect, there's a big difference between Brighton and what they're looking for to improve their squad and what Manchester United should be looking for to improve their squad.
James, who had just 12 months left on his contract, scored five goals in 37 games for Swansea last season as the Welsh side finished 10th in the Championship. But, Solskjaer's system and his tactical style made James the ideal fit at United.
The capture of James and the interest in players like Sancho and Rice is more evidence of United's changing transfer policy that now puts greater emphasis on developing domestic talent, rather than established overseas stars after buying a number of expensive flops since 2013.