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Jul 10, 2011

Forget Sneijder, United Switch to Falcao?

PORTO - transfer the most shocking news revealed by the British newspaper, last week, the issue of Wesley Sneijder's move to Manchester United. But this time the latest issue, drag the name Radamel Falcao as an alternative to the Inter Milan midfielder.

But if Sir Alex Ferguson over FC Porto striker wanted a Colombian rather than bringing Sneijder, who had brought the Dutch midfielder to the 2010 World Cup final? Or even interest in both players?

Surely the Premier League champions are always associated with new players, since the opening of the transfer market. As reported by ABola, Sunday (10/07/2011), United have entered the hunt to get signatures Falcao.

According to the newspaper Portugal, Porto is negotiating a contract with Falcao to price increases of 30 million euros to 45 million euros. Apparently, United coach Sir Alex Ferguson was interested in the Colombian striker and will not waste time.

Actually, it would be a big surprise if United have won Falcao. Because the Reds Devils, the nickname United striker has had enough stock. In the ranks of United's front line, are still available striker Wayne Rooney's caliber, Javier 'Chicarito' Hernandez, Dimitar Berbatov, Michael Owen and Danny Welbeck.

Falcao now also linked with other Premier League giants Chelsea, since the former Porto boss Andre Villas Boas took over coaching at Stamford Bridge.

No doubt, Falcao has a strength in the air and the movement is quite agile. His talents became the gift for any team that can ask for her hand, including Manchester United. Last season, with FC Porto Falcao has won three titles and he has scored 17 goals on the European scene, as well as 16 goals in domestic league.