22-year-old James switched to Old Trafford from Swansea last summer and spent 27 league matches for his new side, gaining three goals and creating six more, although he has not scored since August.
Comparisons to Gareth Bale are “Silly”
Manchester United winger Daniel James says comparisons branding his “the next Gareth Bale” are “stupid.” 22-year-old James switched to Old Trafford from Swansea last summer and spent 27 league matches for his new side. Gaining three goals and creating six more, although he has not scored since August. Nevertheless, he continues to be part of the Welsh International, while his position and citizenship put him before a comparison with the Real Madrid ace”. Playing with him for Wales is fantastic,” James, who has been six times capped for his country, scoring two goals, told journalists. “He’s such a great guy. He’s great with young people and around the place.
Juan Mata – one of the biggest influences of his career
“What he did in his career, how he went from the left-back to a left midfielder to win the UEFA Champions League – It’s just fantastic what he did.” He is one of those players that you look at, but I think that to compare with him a little stupid. “Meanwhile, showed that team-mate Juan Mata was one of the biggest influences of his career. He came and took a seat next to me in the dressing room and said: “I know this is a big move for you if you need something here – This is my number, and if you ever wish to talk about something, I’m here. “That was great for me,” he explained.” He is so graceful on the field. I remember I got one of his shirts, his Europa League shirt when he won it for Chelsea.
“He’s just the one I always looked at and played on the same team, as he is simply surreal for me.” Although James discontinued his uniform in early 2020. He continued to be regular at Manchester United from XI until the season was delayed due to an outbreak of coronavirus. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side currently ranks fifth in the Premier League standings of 45 points. So it’s not clear how – or even if – the current campaign will be completed.