Giggs: James can play at any level
Ryan Giggs has described Dan James' performances for Swansea this season as “devastating”, saying the Manchester United target can play “at any level”.
The 20-year-old has already agreed terms with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side and is expected to move to Old Trafford for £15m this summer.
His manager at international level, Giggs, said he would be happy wherever James ends up, just as long as he is playing regularly.
"Ideally, as an international manager, you don't want to influence players' decisions when it comes to clubs," Giggs told Sky Sports News. "For me it's about players playing.
"He was fantastic in the last six months for Swansea, putting in devastating performances and I think he can play at any level.
"He could play in the Premier League, but if he stays at Swansea for another year or two years I'd be equally as happy because he's done so well there.
"That's a decision for Dan to make and I'm sure he'll make the right decision."
James announced himself on the international stage in style back in March, scoring a thumping winner against Slovakia in just his second appearance.
He is among a number of talented young players to have impressed for their clubs this season, including Bournemouth's David Brooks and Derby County's Harry Wilson, suggesting a bright future for Welsh football.