The 21-year-old recently signed a new contract with Man United having shown enough to impress Louis van Gaal and will now have the chance to play regular first-team football in the Championship with Huddersfield.
James has already spent some time out on loan this season at Rotherham United and this represents another chance for him to work his way into van Gaal’s plans.
At the start of the Premier League year, James was a regular feature in van Gaal’s squad but injuries curtailed his progress and he has since been unable to regain a spot in the match day teams.
United have plenty of youngsters out on loan now including Will Keane, Ben Pearson and James which is good for their careers. We’ll follow their progress closely and bring you regular updates as always.