Radamel Falcao wouldn’t be wrong to seek advice from high-profile figures in the game as to whether or not he should stay at Manchester United this summer, but one man who won’t be influencing his decision is Columbia coach Jose Pekerman. The 65-year-old, who recently vowed to restore Falcao’s confidence following a disappointing run of form, has revealed that he will have no say in whether or not the striker returns to AS Monaco at the end of the season. What the coach might be forgetting is that United have the final say in whether or not they choose to sign him, but who cares about that? In other news the Red Devils are favourites to land former Chelsea ace Kevin De Bruyne, according to reports coming out of Belgium. A number of clubs are hoping to sign him after an impressive Bundesliga season, though £35m is the rumoured fee.