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Spanish Side Eye Up Man Utd Ace – reports

Sevilla are interested in taking Manchester United’s loanee Radamel Falcao to the club in the January transfer window if they lose their in form striker Carlos Bacca.

Falcao has struggled to impress since joining Man Utd on transfer deadline day this season, but he is highly regarded in the world of football.

His loan spell from AS Monaco came after a summer of recovery, with the Colombian international having missed out on the summer’s World Cup in Brazil.

Falcao picked up a serious knee injury towards the latter stages of last year’s campaign, and had to declare himself unavailable for Colombia.

Opportunities have been limited at Man Utd, with injury playing its toll, and there is uncertainty at Old Trafford as to whether he will join on a permanent basis.

According to the Daily ExpressSevilla are hopeful of taking advantage of that situation to bring Falcao back to La Liga.

He previously impressed heavily while playing there for Atletico Madrid.

Man Utd Star Delighted For Hardworking Goalscoring Ace

Manchester United star Juan Mata has declared that he is delighted for his teammate Radamel Falcao after the Colombian international struck his second goal in a Man Utd shirt at the weekend.

Falcao has struggled with fitness since joining the Old Trafford club on a shock season long loan on transfer deadline day.

He has not reached the heights that he achieved prior to the injury he suffered last season while playing for AS Monaco, a blow that saw him miss out on the World Cup in Brazil as a result.

Falcao had only scored one goal prior to the clash with Aston Villa on Saturday.

His excellent header drew the game level after Villa had gone ahead through Christian Benteke in the first half.

Villa had Gabriel Agbonlahor sent off after Man Utd equalised, but the Red Devils were not able to make it a seventh win in a row.

Despite that disappointment, Mata has declared how happy he is at Falcao’s goal on his official blog.

He wrote: “We were able to tie the game thanks to Radamel’s header.

“I’m very happy for him, I think he deserved it because he works hard every day – and at the end of the game, despite Aston Villa were playing with ten men, we couldn’t score the second goal.”

Man Utd Ace Unsure Over Future With Club

Radamel Falcao is unsure over his future with Manchester United, but has insisted to the press that he wants to stay at Old Trafford going into the future.

The Colombian striker moved to the Red Devils on transfer deadline day, with a £5 million loan fee securing his services for the season.

Louis van Gaal’s side also pay a significant wage packet to Falcao every week, and as part of the agreement with his club AS Monaco, they can sign him at the end of the season for a fee of £43 million.

Injuries have made Falcao’s time at Old Trafford difficult, however, and he has had limited opportunities to play since he joined Man Utd.

The likes of Robin van Persie and Wayne Rooney are also ahead of him in the pecking order, despite Van Persie’s questionable form this campaign.

Falcao is therefore aware that he needs to impress between now and the end of the season if he wants to secure a permanent move.

“From my point of view, yes I want to stay, but obviously I have to analyse the situation, see if I play more and see what decision the board takes. But I really want to stay,” he said.

“I am very well. I’m almost at 100 per cent now, let’s see wait and see what the decision of the coach is, when he wants to use me more.

“We talk a lot, the coach and I. He has a philosophy that I respect. I have had an injury, and I have had to wait for the opportunity to play.

“I feel ready for the moment that the team needs me. Whenever I have the opportunity to come on I try to do my best for the coach and I try to help the team.

“I am very happy because of the run that we are on. I am not playing many minutes but I am sure that there will more opportunities to play

“Every footballer wants to play, no one is happy when they are not playing, when they are on the bench, but whenever I am given the opportunity, whether it be for five, 10, 20 or 90 minutes, I have to give my best.

“It felt good coming on against Liverpool on Sunday. In reality it’s good. Physically I felt good.”