Radamel Falcao’s potential transfer to Chelsea will go ahead as long as the Barclays Premier League champions are willing to part company with two of their highly-rated youngsters, according to Telegraph Sport.
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The Colombian striker, who endured a difficult season with Manchester United last year, is reportedly edging closer to completing a season-long loan deal with the West London outfit if reports in the Telegraph Sport are to be believed.
However, in order for that deal to go through Ligue 1 outfit AS Monaco are demanding that young Blues duo Mario Pasalic and Charly Musonda are used as makeweight.
The French club have been targeting the latter since the winter transfer window according to the player’s father:
“Charly must absolutely leave Chelsea and, since January, Monaco have been trying to sign him. Monaco are not alone, but they truly want him,” Charly senior claimed.
“Chelsea don’t want him to go back to Belgium. They want Charly to play in a good team in a big league. He must play for a first team,” he added.
Both players are yet to make an appearance in the league for the Blues, but have been apart of the highly-rated youth system at Stamford Bridge that has been so dominant in recent years and a loan spell could aid their cause to break into the first team.