Manchester United signed Daniel James for a fee of £17million (The Mail) in the summer transfer window and the young winger has been our best attacker so far.
Last night, the former Swansea City starlet featured for Wales against Croatia in the European Championships qualification fixture and midway through the first half, he dangerously collided with Croatian center half Vida.
From replays, it appeared that James had been knocked out but he was fine and then played the remainder of the match vs the World Cup finalists.
After the contest, Wales manager Ryan Giggs claimed that the winger is fine and James himself confirmed the same as well (Sky Sports via The Metro).
The 21-year-old is currently the joint top scorer for the Red Devils this term and we need him for the upcoming game against arch rivals Liverpool. So, it is great to know that he is fit after the international fixtures and did not suffer any concussion related concern last night.
Three days back, The Sun exclusively revealed that Man Utd are confident Pogba will be fit to face the league leaders.
We have been in terrible form lately and definitely need our best players fit and available to face the European Champions at Old Trafford on Sunday.