Everton linked with Daniel James but the player is keen to stay at Manchester United


Everton are in search of a possible way to sign Manchester United winger Daniel James in the January transfer window, according to reports from Sports Mole.

The Toffees have been keeping James on the radar since he was playing for Swansea, which ended in Manchester United winning the race to sign him in June 2019.

Daniel James has only made three English Premier League starts this season and has not registered any goals or assists. Red Devils seem to let him leave on loan in the January transfer window for his development, the report states.

Whatever it may portray, Daniel James has vowed to fight for a place in Manchester United after helping Wales reach the top tier of the Nations League. The 23-year-old seems to be at an edge on analyzing the 46 appearances he made last season.

Both Everton and Manchester United were struggling in the league this season. Merseyside club seems to back on track with a 2-3 victory over Fulham in a recent fixture. Toffees now sit at 6th position with 16 points, only 4 behind league leaders Tottenham Hotspur.

Manchester United also registered their first home win this season with a narrow 1-0 win over West Bromwich Albion. This latest win has helped them to 9th position in the league table with 13 points.

Daniel James wants to stay at Old Trafford and fight for his place

James is likely to stay with his current club, out of the passion he has for his country and club. He recently stated his desire to stay with Manchester United and keep fighting.

James has performed well during the November international break, he has managed to score and land an assist for Wales in a 3-1 victory over Finland.

‘Man United is my club and I love it there.

Whether I’m playing or not I’m proud. I’m as proud to play for Wales as I am Man United, to be there at the club. There were times when I played a lot last season and I may not have played as much this season.

“But I’m sticking in there and I will always be around it. I’ll never think different of that.

– Daniel James on Manchester United future

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