Man United new boys Wan-Bissaka and James sing initiation songs

Manchester United
new boys Aaron Wan-Bissaka and Daniel James certainly made an impression as they completed their first team initiations while on tour with the squad in Australia on Wednesday
As has become tradition in football, players are expected to stand up and risk embarrassing themselves in front of their new team-mates when joining a new club, usually by singing. 
And that is what United's two summer signings did on Wednesday afternoon as the team sat down for lunch at Nobu restaurant in Perth, where they were treated to dinner by Ashley Young who was celebrating his 34th birthday.
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As James was the club's first recruitment of the window, joining from Swansea for £15million, he was up first.
Holding a golden spoon, the winger proceeded to perform a cover of Uncle Kracker's 'Follow Me', his fellow United stars trying not to laugh as they clapped along.
Wan-Bissaka then opted for a rather different genre of music, attempting a rendition of rapper Nav's 'Tap'.
The players failed to fight back the laughs this time, collapsing into fits of giggles as the £50m signing arrived at some of the song's more unsavoury lyrics. 
Midfielder Scott McTominay then got in on the act, putting both players to shame with a near perfect cover of the Bill Withers classic 'Ain't no sunshine', United's players cheering in approval. 
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