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Manchester United agree terms ahead of £43m transfer

Falcao mufcManchester United fans are delighted to hear the news in the Football Transfer Tavern that their club have agreed personal terms with their on loan star who will make his move permanent next summer.

According to the Daily Mail, Ramadel Falcao has agreed terms with Manchester United ahead of a potential £43.5 million move to Old Trafford with Ed Woodward believed to have agreed a £250,000 deal with added bonuses.

If the transfer is to be agreed by Monaco, it would put a lot of Red Devils fans’ minds at rest as they feared that he might not have been around at the club next year with Robin van Persie’s form seeming to dip.

Punters were shocked to hear that Falcao has been worth around £95 million in transfer fees so far in his career despite still only being 28-years-old.

Falcao moved from Porto to Atletico Madrid in a deal costing £35 million in 2011 and then he moved to Monaco for £51 million in 2013. His latest summer transfer window loan move to Manchester United cost a whopping £6 million despite its temporary nature.

But punters in the believe this new big money move relies on two things; that he has good form and that he doesn’t pick up a reoccurring knee injury.

He has yet to score for the Premier League side but he is still in the infancy of his Manchester United career and he will be chomping at the bit to open his account in England.

Manchester United fans. Do you think the club should pay this amount of money for Radamel Falcao or do you think the club should look elsewhere? Let us know your thoughts below.

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