Manchester United have reportedly agreed personal terms with Colombian international striker Radamel Falcao, paving way for the forward to make his loan switch to the Old Trafford club permanent in the near future, as reported by the Daily Express.
The Manchester side signed the former Atletico Madrid hit man in a surprise deadline day deal, with the player joining the club on a season long loan.
However, there was a clause written into his deal which allowed the club to make the move permanent for £43.5 million.
Reports are now suggesting that the player and the club have agreed terms over a £250,000 a week salary, meaning that they just need to pay the set fee for the player to become a permanent acquisition.
This move is therefore set to be confirmed, with Man Utd to pay AS Monaco the huge sum to secure the deal.
Falcao has not yet scored in his three games for Man Utd.