Adnan Januzaj is just one of many Manchester United players to have sent good luck messages to departing striker Radamel Falcao.
After months of speculation, Falcao’s future was finally confirmed by the club after the Hull City game on Sunday, with Louis van Gaal deciding not to make the move permanent.
Despite rumours he might stay as part of a deal to keep David De Gea at the club for an extra year, or a lower fee than the £43m agreed with Monaco last year, Falcao departs after just four goals in 29 games.
But the once world class striker and experienced star will have had a real impact on the likes of Januzaj, and the Belgian was one of the first to send a message to Falcao.
— Adnan Januzaj (@adnanjanuzaj) May 25, 2015
Falcao and his wife were back on the plane to Monaco this morning, where the striker will prepare for the Copa America with Colombia next month.
Supporters had so much expectation for Falcao’s loan year at Old Trafford given his reputation pre-injury, but sadly he looked a shadow of his former self throughout his loan spell.
Robin van Persie and Juan Mata were just a couple of other first team players who sent their wishes to Falcao, who was clearly a popular face in the United dressing room.