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Man Utd willing to allow Daniel James to leave on loan transfer to Leeds…but only if Jadon Sancho signs from Dortmund


LEEDS UNITED will land Daniel James on loan from Manchester United – but only if the Red Devils sign Jadon Sancho.

Marcelo Bielsa’s side have been in regular contact with their Premier League rivals over a potential move for the winger, as SunSport revealed two weeks ago.

James almost joined Leeds on transfer deadline day back in January 2019, only for Swansea to pull the plug on the deal at the last-minute after he had already passed a medical.

Despite renewed interest from the Yorkshire outfit that summer, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer swooped to bring him to United.

The 22-year-old Welsh star started United’s 3-1 home defeat against Crystal Palace last week but was left out of the squad for Saturday’s 3-2 win at Brighton.

Now he could finally be about to head across the Pennines to Elland Road with his Norwegian boss willing to let him leave temporarily for the campaign.

However, James is first-choice back-up to Mason Greenwood.

And unless Solskjaer lands a replacement, the speedster will be staying put.

United are now believed to be preparing a £90m bid for long-term target Sancho with £65m of it paid upfront.

They have so far failed in every attempt to land their No1 transfer target – and the window shuts next Monday.

But Borussia Dortmund are unwilling to budge on their £108m valuation for the England winger.

And should a compromise be made, that would also see Leeds switch their attentions elsewhere.

Rangers star Ryan Kent, who has been tipped to make Gareth Southgate’s Three Lions squad, will be the man Bielsa attempts to recruit.

Despite reports emerging last night over a bid for Norwich City’s Todd Cantwell, Sun Sport understands that is not the case.

The starlet’s agent contacted Leeds to inform them the Canaries had dropped their asking price for the attacker – but it is ex-Liverpool ace Kent who would become their top target should they be unable to net James.


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