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Man United Look To Offload Flop Ahead of Move to Buy TWO Striking Replacements

Manchester United are unlikely to make Radamel Falcao’s loan deal permanent, and are looking to bring in two replacements as a result reports the Daily Mirror.

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The Colombian has been struggling all season at Old Trafford, with just four goals to his name so far. When he is being paid £265,000 a week this is seen as not good enough by most fans,  and now it seems manager Louis van Gaal as well.

However, if the Red Devils do choose to get rid of the striker he will not be short of options. Valencia are interested in his signature, and with his reputation there are sure to be other admirers as well.

In response to this situation chief executive Ed Woodward is expected to bring in more players in the summer.

Paulo Dybala and Saido Berahino are two names that have been mentioned as replacements, and a centre-back, right-back, and midfielder could all also be on their way to the Mancunian side. It looks likely to be another big transfer window for van Gaal.

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