The Swansea winger is set to become Manchester United's first signing of the summer, as he reportedly dropped out of the Wales squad momentarily to complete his medical.
Manchester United and Swansea City have agreed on an £18 million transfer for the Welshman, who currently only has one year left in his contract. The 21-year-old winger has impressed for Swansea throughout the season, and he seems to be Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's first signing in what is a crucial rebuilding process.
James is currently part of the Wales squad that is preparing for the European qualifiers against Croatia and Hungary, which will be played on Saturday and Tuesday, yet he has been given a day off by Ryan Giggs to complete his medical.
The fee is said to be £15 million with £3 million in add-ons, as the personal terms have already been agreed, with James excited for the opportunity to play in the Premier League.
James looks to be the first of a handful of signings for Manchester United, as plenty of players look set to leave the club as well.