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The alternatives to Daniel James that Manchester United should consider in transfer market

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While Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has outlined his desire for Manchester United to sign players with the 'right attitude' and 'work ethic', it's clear the club's transfer brief for this summer is also about signing homegrown players.

United's reported pursuit of Swansea City and Wales winger Daniel James certainly fits into that strategy, although MEN Sport understands James' camp have not yet received any concrete interest from the Reds.

In terms of the Championship, it's not just James who could be a good fit for what United want... Just a year older than James (still young at 22) and with a goal record that by far outstrips the Welshman's, it's a surprise that Bowen's name has not yet been mentioned in relation to United.



Aston Villa's Jack Grealish may soon be a Premier League player, though may interest United whatever happens in the play-off final.

But reports have also linked United with a surprise swoop, with James most comfortable at right-back and also adept in the centre of defence.

Bournemouth's Ryan Fraser has been mentioned in dispatches, while the success Leicester City had in signing James Maddison from Norwich proves that targeting young promising players — even if they're from the second tier — is a worthwhile approach.

Burnley's Dwight McNeil has impressed recently, as have the likes of Diogo Jota and Ayoze Perez if United's transfer search includes foreign imports to have graced the Premier League in the past season.
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