Radamel Falcao delighted to join Manchester United

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Radamel Falcao completed a loan deal from French club Monaco to English Premier League side Manchester United; The Red Devils have the services of the world class Colombian for one season.

Falcao claims he is very happy to be a Manchester United player and has said he wants to bring happiness, goals and titles to Manchester United's fans.

Falcao explained to MUTV how happy he really is to be a part of the English club, saying: "I've waited for this moment during a lot of the year. Now I am a player of Manchester United".

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He added: "We have very top players. I admire them. I want to meet them for the first time. I am sure that this season will be great for us."

When Falcao was asked if he had any messages for the Manchester United fans, he responded to MUTV saying; "Yes, I want to say thank you because I have read a lot of messages from them. And I hope I can give them a lot of happiness, goals and titles.

The superstar striker has previously played at River Plate, Portuguese club Porto, Spanish club Atletico Madrid and French club Monaco.


During his time at Porto Falcao scored an impressive 41 goals in 51 appearances; Falcao continued his great goal scoring record for Spanish Club Atletico Madrid, scoring 52 goals in 68 appearances.

Falcao missed the 2014 world cup in Brazil due to a knee injury, although the 28 year old stayed optimistic and made a rather speedy recovery, Falcao finally made the decision not to take part as he felt he still wasn't 100%.

Falcao is considered one of the most prolific footballers in the world and it wouldn't be a surprise if the Colombian was to continue his goal scoring form at Manchester United.

It would be great if Falcao is to make a huge impression in his first ever spell in the English Premier League and we are sure he will cause defenders some problems.

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