Brighton & Hove Albion will reportedly attempt to sign Daniel James on a short-term loan from Manchester United next month.
The Welshman has struggled for regular playing time with the Red Devils and he has made just four league starts during the current campaign.
According to The Sun, Seagulls boss Graham Potter is keen to reinforce the attack further as the club look to avoid relegation from the top-flight.
James, who has a tireless workrate, has been identified as a potential target and they will approach to sign him on loan in January.
The 23-year-old recently made his first league start in more than two months against Leeds United and scored in the 6-2 win for the Red Devils.
Still, he needs to replicate the showing on a consistent basis such that he can command a regular starting role ahead of Mason Greenwood.
Aside from Brighton, Leeds have also been linked with James’ signature. They previously failed to sign him when he was at Swansea City.