Radamel Falcao expresses his happiness on United move

It was a move that surprised everyone and sent a message out to the World that Manchester United mean business, and will not settle for seventh place and mediocre football once again, that of Radamel Falcao from AS Monaco.

The Colombian striker has not even had five-minutes to settle in at Old Trafford, but in one of his first interviews since making his move from AS Monaco, Falcao has expressed how he is feeling ‘like a kid’ again and happy to be playing at United.

The deal for Radamel Falcao is officially on a season-long loan move, but United will have the option to buy the 28-year-old once the season ends.


In an exclusive interview with the Observer over the weekend, Radamel Falcao said:

“For me it is amazing

“I am very happy. I hope to give my team the best and help to bring a lot of goals and victories.

“I think I have lived this week very intensely. It hasn’t been the most comfortable week to work in, with all of the changes, but I have lived it like a kid.

“I have had the same feeling as when I debuted for the national team. It was very exciting and special and I enjoyed being back.”

Manchester United have put in an application for a speedy visa in which that Radamel Falcao can featured for them with immediate effect, that being against QPR at Old Trafford next Sunday afternoon.

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