Swansea winger Daniel James will undergo a medical with Manchester United on Thursday ahead of his £18m move to the Premier League, Sky Sports News understands.
United are close to completing a deal for the 21-year-old and Wales international, who has only a year left on his deal, as head coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer looks to start his rebuild of the club.
It is reported the initial fee is worth up to £15m plus an additional £3m in add-ons, with personal terms already agreed with the winger.
Leeds came close to signing Daniel James in the January window on Deadline Day for a fee of £8.5m.
James’ Wales team-mate Joe Allen believes the 21-year-old is ready to take the step up and sign for a big club.
The former Liverpool midfielder told Sky Sports: “I think he [James] is ready for it. I think it’s obvious the way he has played all season, especially the second half of the season.
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“When we went down to the Liberty [Stadium] with Stoke he was electric on that day – he scored a goal and basically got two lads sent off.
“I think that was a real eye opener for anyone, that this lad is going to go very far in this game, and it seems like this summer it’s going to happen for him.”