Radamel Falcao is set to complete a permanent move to Manchester United, in a deal thought to be worth £43million if they decide to go ahead with the move next summer. The news come from the Daily Mail, who also reckon that United have agreed to pay the Columbian £250k a week in wages.
Manchester United have already sealed the deal with Radamel Falcao’s representatives, and if the club are happy with his performances this season, the move will be finalised on a permanent basis next summer.
The hierarchy at Old Trafford were keen to avoid a repeat of the Carlos Tevez wage saga in 2009, and this certainly seems a sensible way of going about their business.
Radamel Falcao is yet to score his first Manchester United goal, but some excellent performances, coupled with two assists, mean he is certain to get another chance as United take on Everton this weekend.
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