Deal close: James has Manchester United medical

Deal close: James has Manchester United medical

Deal close: James has Manchester United medical

HULL CITY are set to bank a £750,000 cash windfall following Manchester United's expected big-money purchase of Swansea City winger Daniel James.

And his switch from Swansea will see the lightning wide man land a huge pay hike.

The report goes on to add that AS Monaco's apparent interest in James has forced Manchester United to stop playing hard ball over the fee to ensure Ole Gunnar Solskjaer doesn't miss out on the promising midfielder.

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According to UK publication, The Gaurdian, the winger who was awarded his Wales debut by United legend Ryan Giggs this season is undergoing a medical at United after he was given permission to leave their training camp.

The youngster enjoyed a fine campaign in the Championship for a middling Swans side, scoring four goals and grabbing seven assists from his position on the left wing.

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Sportsmail revealed exclusively last month that United were front-runners to sign James.

Wales global James has enjoyed a breakthrough season under former Swans boss Graham Potter, who left the club last month to become Brighton's manager.

James scored five times in 38 games for Swansea in 2018-19 after breaking into Graham Potter's first-team squad following the club's relegation from the Premier League.

But at one stage during the negotiations Swansea were holding out for as much as £30m.

In the past few hours, however, the situation changed - with Swansea reportedly agreeing to United's £15million bid. United had meant to finalise the deal a fortnight ago.

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