Real Madrid chase Radamel Falcao, Chelsea and Manchester United join the race

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La Liga giants Real Madrid have shown interest in signing FC Porto’s Radamel Falcao. With English Premier League giants, Manchester United and Chelsea, also interested in the Colombian striker, Real Madrid seemingly face an invincible challenge ahead to
secure the services of the striker ahead of the 2011/12 season.
The Spanish giants have a tough task on their hands if they want to win this transfer tug-of-war against the Red Devils and Chelsea. Latest reports indicate that Chelsea are firm favourites to land the striker at Stamford Bridge. With the former FC Porto
manager, Andre Villas-Boas, having taken over the charge of the Blues, replacing Carlo Ancelotti, this might hold true.
Having joined the Portuguese in July 2009, the attacker had a marvellous 2010/11 season. In UEFA Europa League in particular, Falcao netted an astounding 17 goals to go along with 2 assists – all that in just 15 games.
With statistics so flashy, Villas-Boas’ desire of taking Falcao away from, with Real Madrid agreeing to meet the buy-out clause for the striker and
willing to pay as much as 26.5 million pounds.
The iconic phase ‘come early and get early’ fits in well in case of Falcao’s transfer. Chelsea have a great chance to acquire his services for the next season after FC Porto, da Costa, tipped Villas-Boas’ men as favourite to get their man.
“His departure was thought about some time ago. He had a great time but now goes his way and we go ours. He has the capacity to win at any club, as he did at Porto, and he's going to a club that has no limits on his ambition or economic trouble. I hope he
wins the Premier League. We wish him success - unless it's against Porto.” added.
The picture is not as bright as Mourinho would have hoped for. They might have to look for options elsewhere as Falcao’s transfer to Chelsea looks highly likely.



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