The Red Devils are keen to keep the striker at Old Trafford…
Manchester United are going to make the signing of Radamel Falcao permanent from AS Monaco in the next few days according to Spanish paper MARCA.
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The Colombian has been on loan at Old Trafford since August, and although he has failed to start spectacularly at his new club they are still keen to get him to continue at the side. Manager Louis van Gaal is thought to have already given the move his approval, essentially leaving the rest in the hands of executive vice chairman Ed Woodward.
MARCA believes that Monaco vice-President Vadim Vasilyev has recently met up with the player’s agent Jorge Mendes in order to get the transfer wheels in motion. The Red Devils’ worries about the 28-year-old’s troublesome left knee have apparently been quashed, and they believe that he will be injury free should he sign for longer than the current one season loan deal.
The 3rd placed Premier League side paid £10 million to just get the clinical forward at the club for twelve months, and it had been thought that they would sign the player permanently if he could prove that his knee wasn’t going to be a recurring issue.