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Manchester United could still sign Radamel Falcao after Ed Woodward holds talks with Monaco over striker’s future

  • Manchester United could still sign Radamel Falcao permanently 
  • Chief executive Ed Woodward held talks with Monaco on Sunday
  • Woodward told Monaco the club would make decision at end of the season
  • Under the terms of the loan, United would have to pay £43.5m for striker
  • Monaco are willing to negotiate fee however after Falcao’s poor loan spell
  • Falcao has managed just four league goals for United this term 
  • Monaco manager Leonardo Jardim believes Falcao can rediscover his form

Radamel Falcao could still sign permanently for Manchester United after it emerged that chief executive Ed Woodward held talks with Monaco on Sunday over the striker’s future.

Falcao, who has scored just four times for United since his season-long loan move from Monaco, drew another blank at Stamford Bridge against Chelsea on Saturday evening.

But Woodward told Monaco vice-president Vadim Vasilyev last Sunday that they would make a decision on the right to sign him permanently at the end of the season.

Manchester United could sign Radamel Falcao permanently after holding talks with Monaco on Sunday 

The striker has endured a frustrating season on loan at Man United and has managed just four league goals

Vasilyev said: ‘I saw the Manchester United people last Sunday and they have not yet decided if they would exercise the option..

‘It’s not his best season, but they kept the opportunity to make a decision at the end of the season.’

Although it seems highly unlikely that United will keep the Colombian striker, Falcao has been given hope of a second chance under Dutch coach Louis Van Gaal.

 

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