Swansea City are likely to sell winger Daniel James if Leeds United manage to match their valuation of him in the winter transfer window.

Leeds hold an interest in the 21-year-old winger but it was unclear until recently whether they would be able to snare him away from Swansea in the middle of the season.

The Whites are in the market for players, but Marcelo Bielsa has been insistent that he will only sign new names if he feels they will improve the squad in January.

And it has been claimed that the Leeds manager rates James highly and believes he would fit into his squad right away if a deal could be agreed this month.

And according to the Yorkshire Evening Post, the Welsh club are more likely to let James go if Leeds are prepared to match their asking price for the player this month.

The speculation of a £20m deal is wide of the mark but it has been claimed Swansea value him in the region of £3m and £5m.

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If Leeds are ready to fork out such a sum, James could be on his way to Elland Road in January.

With the Whites at the summit of the Championship table, it remains to be seen whether Bielsa gets the backing to add strength to his squad in January.