Manchester United considering move for €100m Chelsea target

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Manchester United are considering a summer swoop for Colombian hit-man Radamel Falcao, reports the Daily Mail

Despite recent reports suggesting the Ligue 1 outfit want €100m for the player's services, it now appears that David Moyes is monitoring the striker's situation in France. 

Falcao only moved to France this past summer, however with the superstar struggling to settle in Ligue 1, he may now fancy a switch to England's elite division.

And Manchester United may have to go head-to-head with their Premier League rivals Chelsea for the forward. 

Chelsea have been linked with a move for the striker in recent time as Jose Mourinho looks to improve his forward line at Stamford Bridge. 

Manchester United and Chelsea's immediate attention will turn to this weekend's clash as the two teams go head-to-head at Stamford Bridge. 

The Red Devils will be desperate to secure all three against Jose Mourinho's side as they look to climb the Premier League table. 

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