Manchester United travel to Elland Road for the premier league clash against Leeds United on Sunday afternoon.
And the Reds Devils star who could finish Leeds United in this fixture has been identified.
According to United-in-focus, Daniel James could give Leeds United a hard day on Sunday. With his speed, the welsh man can change the flow of the game and give his side a win in this tough fixture.
James was a key player in the reverse fixture in December scoring once in a 6-2 win at Old Trafford. He was one of the players on top in the December fixture as his counter-attacking left troubles for Leeds defenders.
With that performance, manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer could be convinced that his star will be a crucial tool on Sunday and bring him back in the starting lineup.
However, it will be a tough moment for Solskjaer to select James ahead of Englishman Mason Greenwood who is on top form in recent games.
Ours is to wait and see who Ole will prefer to start between the two wonderkids on Sunday afternoon against Leeds as they try to reduce the 11 points gap between them and rivalries manchester City.
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