Manchester United’s new signings Daniel James and Aaron Wan-Bissaka have hilariously completed their first-team initiations on the club’s pre-season tour of Australia.
It has long been a tradition for the new player/s to stand up in front of their team-mates and embarrass themselves in nerve-wracking fashion, as they attempt to sing a chosen song.
And, thanks to United teenager Angel Gomes, fans were able to see both James and Wan-Bissaka take to the chair whilst holding a golden spoon as a makeshift microphone.
James, who was Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s first summer purchase costing £15million from Swansea, ‘sang’ a cover of Uncle Kracker’s ‘Follow Me’ as the players clapped along.
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Wan-Bissaka, who arrived from Crystal Palace for £50million, attempted rapper Nav’s ‘Tap,’ to much hysteria from his amused team-mates.
Despite not being one of the new boys, Scott McTominay decided he would belt out a song and surprised the rest with a relatively decent version of the famous ‘Ain’t No Sunshine.’
While James may have some convincing to do with his singing, the Welshman has certainly impressed on the field, after coming out on top in a number of pre-season fitness tests.