Radamel Falcao spotted with agent at Real Madrid

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Monaco striker Radamel Falcao was present to watch Real Madrid take on Borussia Dortmund in the Champions League last night - sparking rumours he could be on the verge of a switch to the Bernabeu instead of Chelsea.

Falcao joined Monaco at the start of the current season for an eye-watering £51 million  - but only managed nine goals in 17 games before picking up a potentially World Cup-ending knee injury.

He's now on the road to recovery and is set to feature in Brazil - however he could well be focusing on life after the tournament after being spotted at Real Madrid's 3-0 win last night alongside agent Jorge Mendes.

The Colombian was heavily linked with a move to Los Blancos as well as Chelsea before he joined Monaco.

Rumours of his unrest in the province raised the suggestion that Chelsea could be looking to lure him to Stamford Bridge after just one season in Ligue 1 - although they may have a tough time prising him away from Madrid now.

The Blues have a real shortage of top-class striker options, a fact that Jose Mourinho lamented following their loss against Paris Saint-Germain yesterday. 

Chelsea face an uphill task in qualifying for the semi-finals, and will have to overturn a two-goal deficit in the second leg at Stamford Bridge next week.

Mourinho has previously confirmed that he will be in the market for a new forward come the end of the season, with Fernando Torres, Samuel Eto'o and Demba Ba all likely to leave.

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