Manchester United are prepared to keep hold of Daniel James next season despite the arrival of Jadon Sancho, The Mirror reports.
The Welshman had a tough second season with the Red Devils, playing just over 900 minutes in the Premier League.
He has been linked with a possible move to Leeds United this summer, but The Mirror claims that he is likely to stay put.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer still values the 23-year-old, and it is reported that the winger could be handed a new long-term deal.
United have made just one signing in Sancho this summer. The Englishman is expected to feature regularly on the right wing.
Rashford could be out for two months with a shoulder surgery. That could be a reason behind the club’s desire to keep hold of James.