Man Utd winger Dan James wanted by FOUR Premier League clubs in January transfer loan swoop as West Brom join race
DAN JAMES is wanted by at least four Premier League clubs – with West Brom joining the hunt to borrow the Manchester United attacker.
SunSport exclusively revealed Brighton's interest, while Leeds and Burnley are also keen.
Yet just as clubs queue up for the Wales speedster, he has regained his United starting place for the past two matches.
The 23-year-old bagged United's final goal in a 6-2 defeat of Leeds last weekend and played 54 minutes of Saturday's 2-2 draw at Leicester, before Paul Pogba replaced him.
But the Daily Star suggest new Baggies boss Sam Allardyce has now asked United about loaning James in next month's transfer window.
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And a host of Prem strugglers believe the winger could make a positive difference to their survival hopes.
James' former Swansea boss Graham Potter is keen on adding him to Brighton's limited options up front.
Just above the Seagulls in the table are Burnley, in 16th spot, and Leeds, who tried to sign James in the summer.
And they are both understand to be monitoring James.
He was a regular in his first season at Old Trafford, notching 46 appearances last term.
But this term he was without a start since October 24 – until his recall in the past week.
But with Uruguay legend Edinson Cavani and England striker Mason Greenwood both substitutes at the King Power Stadium, James faces a stiff test to keep his place.
And he will surely be anxious for as much game-time as possible ahead of next summer's Euros.
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