Daniel James would be the first signing of a potentially busy summer for Manchester United who endured an average Premier League season. Ander Herrera and Antonio Valencia are leaving the club and more big names are expected to follow.
Several outlets, including Daily Mail and Manchester Evening News, are reporting that United have staved off a late bit of competition from Brighton to sign a promising attacking talent.
With Manchester United being linked with the likes of Jadon Sancho and Joao Felix, the Red Devils have now reportedly agreed personal terms with their first signing ahead of the 2019/20 campaign.
Swans boss Graham Potter was keen on keeping the 21-year-old around for at least another season but James has apparently "agreed everything" and is set to play his football at Old Trafford next season.
It was revealed that the Red Devils have agreed on a £15m transfer fee for the young Welsh worldwide winger and that the player has also agreed to terms with Manchester United.
And while the deal is not done yet, Manchester United have thrashed out personal terms on a contract with James over a potential move.
It would appear, according to M.E.N, that Daniel James will not be joined by his Welsh compatriot Gareth Bale over the summer.