Man United ‘going to LOVE Daniel James’ despite Jadon Sancho signing and could give him new deal

Manchester United ‘plan to keep Leeds and Brighton on Daniel James’ despite signing Jadon Sancho in £73m deal… and Red Devils ‘could even hand the winger a NEW deal’

  • Man United to resist offers for Daniel James, according to a report
  • James reduced the chances of getting into the team after Jadon Sancho joined
  • But Marcus Rashford’s shoulder injury means United want to hold on to James

Manchester United are poised to resist any offer for Daniel James, even as the Wales winger has been bumped further down the pecking order with the signing of Jadon Sancho, according to a report.

James made just 11 Premier League starts for United last season, a huge drop from the 26 he made in his debut campaign after a £15 million move from Swansea in 2019.

His prospects of joining Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s squad look even bleaker after United finally captured Sancho from Borussia Dortmund, paying £73million to get their man.

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James faces an even more difficult task getting into the team after United's Jadon Sancho.  has attracted

James faces an even more difficult task getting into the team after United’s Jadon Sancho. has attracted

There is no shortage of potential candidates for the 23-year-old Wales international, but United have no plans to sell the winger and could even offer him a new contract The sun.

According to the report, Leeds and Brighton both want James on loan or on loan, but United boss Solskjaer wants to keep him, in part because Marcus Rashford will miss the start of the season.

Rashford is not expected to return to action until the end of October after undergoing surgery on his shoulder, leaving United with no cover for wide attackers.

James started in United’s friendly away game to QPR on Saturday, but was eliminated at halftime as they suffered a surprise 4-2 loss to the Championship side.

Leeds and Brighton are interested in signing James, but United are expected to turn down any offer

Leeds and Brighton are interested in signing James, but United are expected to turn down any offer

Rashford is not expected to return to action until the end of October after undergoing surgery on his shoulder, leaving United with no cover for wide attackers.

James started in United’s friendly away game to QPR on Saturday, but was eliminated at halftime as they suffered a surprise 4-2 loss to the Championship side.

Jesse Lingard reminded us why Solskjaer is eager for the midfielder to stay with the club as he fired in a third-minute opener and finished calmly after being set up by a combination of Greenwood and Facundo Pellistri.

But Charlie Austin headed the Rangers level seven minutes later and the home side shot forward after the break after Solskjaer managed the substitutions and brought the kids.

Lyndon Dykes put Mark Warburton’s side ahead in the 52nd minute and right-back Moses Odubajo struck from long range six minutes later.

Dykes then added his second on the hour after shoving in and driving a low shot past Lee Grant before Anthony Elanga – who missed a glorious opportunity after appearing at the break – narrowed the deficit when he shot in with his left foot. the far post in the 73rd minute.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer wants to hold on to James even after signing England winger Sancho

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer wants to hold on to James even after signing England winger Sancho

Solskjaer wants to keep James as cover for Marcus Rashford, who has had shoulder surgeryoperatie

Solskjaer wants to keep James as cover for Marcus Rashford, who has had shoulder surgeryoperatie

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