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Manchester United: Daniel James can be a player for the future, says Matt Davies-Adams

Manchester United: Daniel James can be a player for the future, says Matt Davies-Adams

Chelsea TV commentator Matt Davies-Adams was a guest at The Totally Football Show and he talked about Manchester United’s victory over Watford, touching upon their overall transfer policy under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and praising Daniel James.

The Red Devils ran rampant against Watford on Sunday, hammering them 3-0 and tallying a huge victory in the process as all three of Bruno Fernandes, Mason Greenwood and Anthony Martial were on the scoreboard. And with Fernandes, their newest signing, rattling the inside of the net and recording his first goal for the club, Davies-Adams discussed their general transfer business in the last 18 months, touching upon James as well.

Speaking for The Totally Football Show (24/02/2020) he said: “Yeah, you know, even Daniel James had a faded a little bit, but it looks like he’d be a good player for the future. I mean, watching him live at Chelsea on Monday, going forward, he was really, really exceptional.”

The young 22-year-old ace certainly looks like someone on an upward trajectory if groomed properly given the fact he leads the way in terms of assists so far this season (6) during his first campaign in the Premier League. Having only set the Red Devils back £15m over the course of the summer and with so much of his career ahead of him, United look to have made a really smart move here – despite criticism about the club’s general strategy from pundits such as Gary Neville as recently as January.

Man United fans, do you agree with Davies or do you think that James is not really delivering so far for his new team? Let us know in the comment section below!

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