JAMES PICTURED OUT ON TEAM DINNER WITH UNITED PLAYERS

With speculations still eclipsing Manchester United winger Daniel James at the club, the attacker has been pictured on a team dinner with the rest of the squad, which means that he could end up remaining at United anyway for this new season.

The player was pictured with a number of other United players as the lads went out to have a team dinner together in what looked like they were trying to strengthen the bond that exists between them ahead of the new season. While a lot of fans believe that James could be leaving the club this summer whether temporarily or permanently, it looks like they might have to watch him play for the club for at least one more season instead.

JAMES SAYS HE WILL FIGHT FOR HIS SPOT AT UNITED

Manchester United winger Daniel James has reacted to reports that he may either have to be loaned out or sold this summer following the arrival of Jadon Sancho from German Bundesliga giants Borussia Dortmund.

The winger has found playing time hard to come by at United and the situation has now gone even worse as Sancho will now provide even tougher competition for him at the club. Before the end of last season, James lost his spot to Mason Greenwood and found it hard to win it back because of the blistering form the England international star was in.

JAMES SAYS HE WILL FIGHT FOR HIS SPOT AT UNITED

Manchester United winger Daniel James has reacted to reports that he may either have to be loaned out or sold this summer following the arrival of Jadon Sancho from German Bundesliga giants Borussia Dortmund.

The winger has found playing time hard to come by at United and the situation has now gone even worse as Sancho will now provide even tougher competition for him at the club. Before the end of last season, James lost his spot to Mason Greenwood and found it hard to win it back because of the blistering form the England international star was in.

THREE WALES STARS FACING UNCERTAINTIES AT THEIR CLUBS

As the 2020 UEFA Euros has now finally come to an end, focus and attention will now be shifted to club football, with clubs currently preparing for their pre-season fixtures in a bid to continue preparing ahead of the beginning of the coming season.

Most of the players that got knocked out of the Euros early have already resumed with their clubs while others are still enjoying their holidays. As many as three stars of the Wales national team, including Gareth Bale, Aaron Ramsey, and Daniel James are all facing uncertainties at Real Madrid, Juventus, and Manchester United respectively and they need to have things ironed out before next season.

MORE TROUBLE FOR JAMES AFTER SANCHO SIGNING

Whenever a club signs a new player, especially one that is expected to walk straight into the starting eleven, there are bound to be both winners and losers in the deal. On one hand, the club signing the player would be glad that they're bringing in needed reinforcements that would enable them to challenge their rivals for trophies in the league and outside the league as well. That is now the case at Manchester United after the Red Devils announced that they have agreed a deal in principle for the acquisition of England international forward Jadon Sancho from German Bundesliga giants Borussia Dortmund.

For United, signing a forward as good as Sancho would promise to help them try to play catch-up with Manchester City and Liverpool in the league next season as the winger is expected to produce the goods at Old Trafford next season.

IS THERE A FUTURE FOR JAMES AT MANCHESTER UNITED?

The Red Devils' winger has continued to make headlines amid reports that he could be leaving the club anytime soon - or as early as this summer. The Wales international winger is said to be discontent at the number of games he has been restricted to playing at Old Trafford and he recently revealed that he would love to be getting involved in more action on the pitch. Following his latest remarks, he has been touted to secure a loan exit from United but the club are said to not be interested in letting him leave anytime soon.

BALE, RAMSEY WILL HAVE MANY TAKERS

Former Wales international striker John Hartson has said that the duo of Gareth Bale and Aaron Ramsey will have many suitors if they leave their respective clubs this summer.

Hartson spoke about the Wales national team duo of Bale and Ramsey ahead of McDonald's Grassroots Football Awards.

On Bale,Hartson said the future of the Wales player would be decided by whoever Tottenham Hotspur appoint as their new manager. According to him, the new Spurs boss will have to decide whether or not to retain the services of the Real Madrid loanee.

MATCH PREVIEW: CARDIFF METROPOLITAN UNIVERSITY VS ABERYSTWYTH

It's expected to be an exciting encounter in the Welsh Premier League when Cardiff Metropolitan University welcome Aberystwyth Town Football Club on Friday, the 30th of April 2021. The match has been set to kick off at 7:45 pm and players of both sides will be expected to give their all on the pitch with everything there to fight for.

The away side, Aberystwyth Town are currently on a run of three games without tasting a single defeat but their credentials will be tested when they head to the capital to take on an equally energized Cardiff side. It's not been a long time since when the two teams faced off and the Seasiders will be looking to put on a much better display this time around so they can secure all the three points this time around.

DAVIES TO MISS UNITED CLASS

Wales defender Ben Davies will not be in the Tottenham Hotspur squad for the crucial league game with Manchester United at the new Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on Sunday evening. The Welsh international left-back will miss the United game because of injury.

Davies has not been able to recover from calf problem to make himself available for the league clash with Manchester United. The Wales defender would have likely started the game on the bench if he was fit as he's the second choice left-back in the team behind Sergio Reguilon. Reguilon is a Spanish international player and he's the first choice left-sided defender in the Spurs squad in his first season with the club following his big money transfer from Real Madrid last summer.

BELGIUM COME FROM BEHIND TO DEFEAT WALES

Wales and Belgium ran out winners after coming from behind to defeat Wales, thanks to goals from Timely Lukaku and Kevin de Bruyne.

The match was the first one of both teams' World Cup qualifier and the match was played on Wednesday night. Belgium hosted a Wales side that were eventually lost midfielder Joe Allen to injury after just eight minutes into the game which was played in Leuven. Harry Wilson found the back of the net early on in the first half after Tottenham forward Gareth Bale started what was a sublime team move which resulted in the goal.

Pages

Subscribe to Llanelli AFC RSS