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Radamel Falcao spotted at off-licence hours after Everton defeat

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Manchester United's struggling striker Radamel Falcao looked to drown his sorrows with a bottle of wine after his side's 3-0 thrashing against Everton at Goodison Park on Sunday.

The Colombia international, still wearing his Red Devils suit, was seen entering an upmarket wine store in Alderley Edge, Cheshire, where the striker lives.

According to The Mirror, the 29-year-old was reluctant to be seen holding the alcoholic purchase and so had it delivered to his white Porsche, which was parked on double yellow lines.

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The future of the AS Monaco loanee is currently up in the air with mixed reports on whether Manchester United are willing to shell out over £40 million for the striker.

The former Atletico Madrid marksman has struggled to adapt to life in the Premier League scoring four goals in 23 appearances.

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Hitman Falcao was prolific at the Madrid club scoring 70 goals in 90 appearances, earning himself a £53 million move to Ligue 1.

An injury plagued spell at the French provincial club saw him only play 23 games but still manage to score 13 goals, before his move to Manchester.

The Colombian missed out on the World Cup in Brazil with a cruciate knee ligament injury that kept him out for six months.

The injury could be blamed for Falcao's poor form, but would you sign the 29-year-old in the summer?

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