Manchester United signed Radamel Falcao on loan from Monaco on the last day of Summer Transfer Window. As per the latest reports from Madrid based Spanish media outlet MARCA, it is being believed that the Red Devils are ready to make Falcao’s loan move a permanent one in January Transfer Window.
Falcao arrived with an expectation to take the Premier League by storm but so far it has not gone the way of Colombian hitman. Falcao has struggled to make his way in the starting 11 due to the injuries, he was battling before the World Cup.
Many pundits believed, Falcao was not the ideal player United needed given United’s fragility in defence. Falcao’s early season form further enhanced those assessments. Falcao lack of goals and first team action led many to believe that Van Gaal is ready to part ways with Falcao at the end of this season.
Radamel Falcao, however, never bothered about those baseless opinions. After recovering from his injuries, Falcao now has started for three games in a row for United and more crucially has scored 2 match saving goals in those three games. Falcao’s recent run of form and fitness has convinced United and they are ready to make Falcao’s deal a permanent one in January for a mammoth £40 Million deal.
Falcao, started and scored the equalizer for Manchester United against Aston Villa and Stoke cuty during the festive round of fixtures. Falcao’s partnership with Robin Van Persie has seemed to have rejuvenated Van Persie’s form in recent games as well.
On form, Falcao is one of the best strikers in the game and in last few games he has started showing what he is really capable of. So far Falcao has scored 3 league goals for United worth 5 Points in the league. His goal against Everton was a winner while his last two goals have been match saving for United.
Manchester United would not want to let go of such a deadly finisher. Falcao, moreover is a happy figure at Manchester. His family has settled it well and he sees himself playing for United over a longer course of time. It all points to one thing only, we will see Falcao’s loan move being made a permanent one sooner than later by Manchester United.
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