Radamel Falcao’s form has been the subject of concern for both Van Gaal and Manchester United ever since they brought him on loan to Old Trafford on the deadline day of summer transfer window last season.
The striker has been struggling with injuries and form since his move to Old Trafford where he had not made a strong impact on the side’s progress. With this his future has become the talk for few months now with the striker tipped to go back to AS Monaco at the end of the season.
Manchester United have a buy-out clause at the end of the season which is reported to be £43m but according to earlier reports he is expected to leave at the end of the season. But with United management having a lot of faith in the premier striker and are expecting him to come good towards the end of the season.
This made Louis Van Gaal and Manchester United to hold the decision and analyze the striker’s performance until the end of the season. United have 11 games in league and FA Cup quarter-final in the least to help the Colombian play his way back to the team. With van Persie out with ankle injury, this might be the last chance for Falcao to impress the Red Devils.
United have the chance to hold exercising the buy-out clause until their last game which is on May 24. Falcao has 4 goals and 4 assists so far this season for the Red Devils. Last month, Monaco vice president Vadim Vasilyev told the reporters that the club would be waiting for United to make a decision on Falcao and would welcome him back to Ligue 1 if United doesn’t need him.