& # 39; With the speed and temperament he has, he could play anywhere & # 39 ;: Ryan Giggs believes that Swansea winger Daniel James has the quality to succeed when he comes to Manchester United
- Ryan Giggs believes that Daniel James would be a success at Manchester United
- United is in conversation with Swansea, who wants £ 20 million for the winger from Wales
- James has delivered excellent performance for Swansea this campaign
Ryan Giggs believes that Daniel James the & # 39; speed and temperament & # 39; has to be ready for a move to Manchester United.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer spoke with his former teammate about the 21-year-old Swansea winger and Giggs gave a rave review.
United are in transfer talks with Swansea, who want £ 20 million, and Giggs believes that Wales would benefit if James made the jump.
Ryan Giggs believes that Daniel James can be a success if he joins Manchester United
& # 39; I have asked all my friends: & # 39; What is he like? & # 39; We have to wait and see that it is not yet ready, & Giggs said.
& # 39; You don't have to talk to me to see Dan's quality, especially since the New Year. The breakdown of the transfer in Leeds could have hit him, but he has really started since then.
& # 39; I was with the Swansea v Stoke game and it was just as good a wing performance as I have seen in a long time. He had two boys sent and scored a world. Ash [Williams] came back immediately, which is one of the funniest things I've seen this season!
& # 39; He pointed to himself as if he wanted to say: & # 39; What I? & # 39; It was a fantastic achievement, so it shows what he is capable of.
& # 39; He was also great in the last game for me. With the speed and temperament he has, he could play anywhere.
United are in transfer talks with Swansea about a possible deal for the winger from Wales
& # 39; If you go to United or another large club, there is pressure on you. When you come together internationally, you are used to that pressure and there are so many advantages of playing at a higher level.
& # 39; As a manager, you want all your players to play to a higher level and earn their skills. & # 39;
James only came to the forefront this season after he had an unsuccessful loan with League One Shrewsbury in 2017, but he made a big impact with his pace and finish.
Wales boss Giggs emphasized that he wants all his players to play at a level that suits their ability
He scored the only goal when Wales defeated Slovakia in the March World Cup qualification and made himself available for the upcoming games in Croatia and Hungary, despite the sudden death of his father Kavan.
Giggs named him in his Wales team on Wednesday, but will judge how James feels next week, with funeral details to be completed.
& # 39; It is terrible what happened, football comes second in those situations, & # 39; said Giggs. & # 39; But Dan called me and he would like to meet and be involved in the games. We will touch the end of this week, see how he feels.
& # 39; He didn't know the date of the funeral. I told him that if you have to go back or meet up a little later, we'll just play it by ear. & # 39;
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