According to the website, the Colombian has told his teammates that there is a tentative agreement that would have him dressing in white next season, after the Merengues pay the 60 million Euros ($77.6 million) buying clause set on him.
The 26-year-old will be the most wanted player in the winter and summer transfers, with Chelsea, Manchester City and Real Madrid looking to be the biggest candidates to acquire the two-time UEFA Europa league top scorer.
Even with the uncertainty around Jose Mourinho, Real Madrid president Florentino Perez sees Falcao as a player any coach would want, and he is determined to buy him — no matter who will be on the club’s bench next season.
Atletico Madrid knows Falcao won’t stay for long, as he can secure a salary much larger than the one he currently earns and can aspire to win more titles with any of the teams interested in him — especially a league title. Yet he stays committed to Atletico’s cause. Falcao has declared before that he would like to eventually play for another club, and his exit next season is considered a given by Atletico’s executives and fans.
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