It is widely reported that Radamel Falcao is close to extending his spell at Manchester United into a permanent deal. The Colombian international joined the Premier league giants on a loan spell till the end of the season.

It was reported that the loan fee alone was in the region of £ 6 million, while there was a clause that enabled him to move permanently for £ 43 million additionally. This would value him at just under £ 50 million, which is the price Monaco paid for him 12 months ago from Atletico Madrid.

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Newcastle boss Alan Pardew has accepted the fact that his job is under pressure after the team lost yet another match in the Premier league. Newcastle United have been on a very bad run of form since the turn of the year.

They have lost an incredible 14 matches since the January transfer window saw the sale of Yohan Cabaye to PSG. Despite this poor run of form, they have been able to maintain their position in the top half of the table due to the work done in the first half of the campaign.

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Colombian striker Radamel Falcao has stated that he will not rush back from injury just to play in the World Cup since he wants to be in the perfect shape for the rest of his career.

The 28-year-old is regarded as one of the finest strikers in the world. He made the £ 50 million move to Monaco in the summer. Even though he has been linked with a return to top level football with the likes of Chelsea and Real Madrid, focus has been shifting towards the World Cup and his potential participation.

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A 4-1 triumph of Arsenal over Everton sealed a semifinals place for the team of Arsene Wenger and the head coach of the team believes that despite having so many competitions and important matches left to be played, his squad still takes the FA Cup seriously.

‘People have questioned our desire to do well in the FA Cup many times, but we are in the semi-final now and from our performance on Saturday, you can see we really want it. We took this competition seriously’ he told the Guardian.

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Radamel Falcao is regarded as one of the best strikers in the world, but he is looking unlikely to take part in the upcoming World Cup 2014 as a result of an injury suffered during January. The 26-year-old the ruptured his anterior cruciate ligament, which has required him to undergo surgery and subsequently up to six months of rehabilitation.

As a result, there is a lot of fear that he may miss the World Cup. This also is potentially bad news for the national team since Falcao is one of the important players for the Colombian national team.

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Monaco manager Claudio Ranieri has dismissed fears that their star striker Radamel Falcao could miss the World Cup 2014 as a result of the latest injury. Falcao is regarded as one of the lethal strikers in the world and he recently made the move to Monaco for £50 million.

Despite moving to the French league only six months ago, he has been linked with a return to a top-level club. The likes of Real Madrid and Chelsea have lot of interest in the player, but for now the immediate concern is the forward representing Colombia at the World Cup.

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With the Ballon d’Or award and competition edging closer and closer the Colombian forward of As.Monaco Radamel Falcao expressed his opinion about C.Ronaldo as he praised the impressive performances the Portuguese player of Real Madrid has been enjoying.

In an interview with Sky Sport, Colombian forward Radamel Falcao gave his view on the Ballon d’Or: “Cristiano Ronaldo this year has been more constant, and has been superior. I’d have to see what the criteria are for deciding who the winner should be, but I think that it has been a great year for him.”

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The manager of Chelsea, Jose Mourinho, is expected to place a bid for Radamel Falcao during the upcoming mid-season transfer window.

Mourinho was in Brussels the other day to watch the match between Belgium and Colombia. That was a friendly match and was played at King Baudouin Stadium. Talking to the reporters before the game, the Chelsea boss insisted that he had come to see his own players (Kevin De Bruyne and Eden Hazard) in action, but, according to the reports, the main intention of Mourinho was to have a look at Falcao who was featuring for Colombia.

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Despite being linked with some of the biggest clubs in the world like Chelsea and Barcelona over the last few months, from Atletico Madrid striker Radamel Falcao decided to move to French football with Monaco.

After being promoted to the French first division only this season, Monaco have been spending big in the transfer window in order to become the next PSG or Manchester City. They have already brought in high profile players like James Rodriguez. Real Madrid defender Ricardo Carvalho has also been signed on a free transfer.

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