Manchester United and Radamel Falcao have already come to an agreement over personal terms ahead of a £43.5m move this summer, according to Ian Ladyman from the Daily Mail.
Falcao cost United £6m for a season long loan and the AS Monaco striker is expected to cost another £43.5m to make the deal permanent, a figure that would make the Colombian by far and away United’s most expensive player.
Any move for Falcao is dependent on whether his knee is able to fully recover from surgery last season.
With Robin van Persie ageing and Wayne Rooney unable to lead the line on his own, bringing Falcao to Old Trafford on a permanent basis would be a bold and expensive move from United.
The effect Falcao has had on fans since his arrival even without a goal has been quite staggering.
When he does actually start scoring goals, fans could reach fever pitch very quickly and rightly so because Falcao is one of the best out-and-out strikers in the world.
Fans will have to wait until next summer to find out whether or not Falcao will stay in the long-term but if he can have a storming season once he finds his goalscoring boots, it’d be a surprise if United didn’t do their utmost to keep him at Old Trafford.