Jorge Mendes set for Manchester United talks over Radamel Falcao

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Super agent Jorge Mendes will speak with the Manchester United hierarchy over the future of Colombian striker Radamel Falcao next week. 

This has been reported by the Mirror, who have suggested that Mendes, who also looks after the likes of Cristiano Ronaldo and David de Gea, will sit down with members of the Red Devils sooner rather than later. 


It appears, then, that Falcao's long term future at the club is still uncertain, with the Colombian hit-man having struggled to find his best form on English soil. 

Falcao, of course, joined the Red Devils on deadline day last summer on a season-long loan deal from French outfit Monaco, but he's only managed to find the net on four occasions in 20 matches this term. 

There's no doubt about it, Falcao will have to step up in the immediate future if he's going to secure a permanent transfer to the club. 

Time is running out 

It's hard to imagine that Manchester United will look to keep Falcao at the club on a permanent basis. In truth, things just haven't worked for the former Atletico Madrid forward, and he may be better off going elsewhere as he goes in search of getting his career back on track. 

Of course, Falcao can still prove his critics wrong, but he must act quickly or will surely face the axe under Van Gaal. 

Manchester United fans: Does Falcao have a long term future at your club? Have your say in the comments section below! 

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