Swansea City chairman Trevor Birch has all but confirmed the transfer of star player Daniel James to Premier League giants Manchester United.
The Swansea City supremo dropped the big transfer hint during an interview with WalesOnline.
According to him, the transfer involving Welsh international winger Daniel James and Manchester United will happen but he was quick to point out that there won’t be many exits from the club this summer.
Swansea City missed out on the Championship Playoffs and the exit of their best players to bigger clubs is being anticipated but the club president is adamant that it won’t happen.
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Trevor Birch said that just one or two major exits will happen this summer.
Daniel James should have completed his transfer to Manchester United if not for the tragic death of his father last week.
The Red Devils had earlier agreed on a £15m deal with Swansea City for the 21-year-old plus add-ons of around £5m.
Daniel James missed out on the Welsh national team’s training camp in Portugal ahead of their Euro 2020 qualifiers against Croatia and Hungary after he was named in the Wales squad by manager Ryan Giggs.
The Welsh winger is expected to link up with his teammates in Cardiff before they fly out for the Croatia game.