Norwich City manager Daniel Farke has narrated how he wanted to sign Welsh international star Daniel James from English Championship outfit Swansea City before Manchester United swoop for the young attacker in the summer.
Daniel Farke talked about the new Manchester United signing during his pre-match press conference ahead of the Premier League meeting with the Red Devils.
Norwich City welcome Manchester United to Carrow Road in a week ten league clash scheduled for Sunday evening.
According to Daniel Farke, it was not easy to sign Daniel James once Manchester United showed interest in the young Welshman seen as the heir to the throne of club legend Ryan Giggs.
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Daniel James is currently managed at country level by former Manchester United winger Giggs who’s the Welsh senior national team manager.
The Red Devils have not had the best of seasons this term but new signing Daniel James has been one of their best players.
Daniel James joined Manchester United from Swansea City for an initial fee of around 15 million pounds.
The young Manchester United attacker scored three goals in his first four games in the Premier League for his new club.
He scored on his debut as a second half substitute during the 4-0 win over Chelsea on the opening weekend of this Premier League season.