The Daily Mail on Friday claim that Manchester United have already agreed personal terms with Radamel Falcao to make his signing permannet.
To recap, Falcao moved to Old Trafford in the summer transfer window on a season-long loan deal from Monaco, with a view to turn that arrangement into a transfer in the summer of 2015.
Despite that arrangement still being in it’s infancy, the Daily Mail claim that the Red Devils have already tied up a deal with the Colombian striker to make his £43m signing stick.
Having paid a loan fee of £6million to the French club for the 28-year-old, United have also agreed to a transfer fee of £43.5m if they decide to take the striker permanently at the end of the season.
Now it has emerged that United chief executive Ed Woodward has already agreed a £250,000-a-week wage – as well as bonuses and image rights – with the player and his representatives ahead of next summer.
Meanwhile, United have denied suggestions they can cancel their loan agreement with Monaco if Falcao suffers a recurrence of his knee trouble.
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