Manchester City are keen on signing Swansea winger Dan James, according to reports in the English media.
The 21-year-old could be available for as little as £7m, with his contract set to expire at the end of next season.
Supporters on Twitter think a move for James would be a good piece of business for City:
for 10 million sign him up
— mahamud (@TweetMahamud) 28 March 2019
Yes!! We need a couple of bargain signings as backup.
— Sir Melvin OBE (@Donelixir) 28 March 2019
We must sign 🤘 the dude. He is damn talented
— MEDRIANO DON TUNECHI (@don_tunechi) 27 March 2019
Ridiculously fast. If pep can control his end product you have a serious talent here. Cant see this being true though Leeds tried getting him for 10m and were turned down
— Si (@Siwoody2206) 28 March 2019
Didn’t Leeds United offer over £10m in January and Swansea pulled the plug on it?
— Mike Black (@mikeblackphoto) 27 March 2019
— laporteswand (@laporteswand) 27 March 2019
@Jabblue Well, who’d a thunk it?
— ianbils (@ianbils) 27 March 2019
The Wales international has serious pace and has the potential to make huge strides in his game; especially if he is guided by a manager of the calibre of Pep Guardiola.
City won’t be the only club in for James this summer, though, with Leeds looking to revive their move for the player they came close to signing in January.
It is expected that there will be a lot of competition from other Premier League teams too, with the winger having impressed for Swansea in the Championship.
James has scored three goals and provided six assists in 29 appearances for the Swans so far this season.