According to The Sun (via Lancs Live), Premier League outfit Bournemouth have been linked with a £10 million move for Swansea City star winger Daniel James.
Swansea City’s speedy winger Daniel James has been linked with a number of clubs in the run up to the summer transfer window thanks to his impressive performances for Graham Potter’s side.
Now, The Sun are reporting that Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe has joined the long list of admirers of the 21-year-old winger, with a £10 million move being lined up.
Manchester City are one of the sides to have been also credited with interest in James in recent months, alongside Leeds United, of course. Leeds nearly brought the winger to Elland Road in the January window, before a late deal on transfer deadline day fell through.
The winger has said that he is keen to pen a new deal at the Liberty Stadium before the end of the season to put an end to transfer speculation. But, with Graham Potter saying in February that talks had been held and still no new deal, clubs are continuing to hold interest.
Last week, James hinted at an imminent breakthrough on his situation, saying that “something will come out soon” regarding his contract.
The Wales international has put in a number of stunning performances over the course of the season, netting four goals and seven assists along the way for Swansea City. His performances have also earned him a call up to Ryan Giggs’ Wales side, making his debut in November 2018 and scoring his first goal for the national side against Slovakia in March (Transfermarkt).