Leeds will revive their long-standing interest in Manchester United winger Daniel James, if he becomes available this summer, reports say.

James was ready to sign for Leeds on transfer deadline day in January 2019, with a deal all-but agreed and promotional photos taken, but Swansea pulled out of the arrangement at the last minute.

The Welshman went on to join United that summer for around £15m, scoring four goals with seven assists in 46 appearances in his debut season in the Premier League.

James started in the season opener against Crystal Palace, but the Star suggest he could become surplus to requirements at Old Trafford if United manage to sign Jadon Sancho.

If that was to happen, the report says Marcelo Bielsa’s newly-promoted side will move for the Wales international if United decide to cash-in on him anytime soon. It's further claimed by the Sun that Leeds will try to sign James for £12m plus add-ons.

MEN Sport do not understand this to be of any consideration at the moment.

Meanwhile, United apparently made contact with the agents of Porto left-back Alex Telles after the defeat to Crystal Palace, according to journalist Fabrizio Romano.

It's claimed Telles will push for a move and United will consider an opening bid in the coming days.