Manchester United may terminate Radamel Falcao’s contract if he suffers another major injury to his knee, Express reports.
The Colombian international has been dealing with an anterior cruciate ligament problem ever since January, missing the World Cup during the summer but has recovered to make the move to Old Trafford.
Falcao managed to secure a deal with United on transfer deadline day that shocked the football world, especially with the 28-year-old expected to make a move to Real Madrid.
However before the negotiations were concluded, Red Devil representatives feared that the former Atletico Madrid striker wouldn’t be the same player he was prior to the injury.
This forced Falcao to be put through a series of medical examinations, but in the end passed in order to complete the transfer from Monaco.
Yet, it is now being suggested that there is a clause that allows Falcao’s contract to be terminated if his reoccurring knee problem rears its head again.
Manchester United and their supporters will hope he remains healthy, as his goal-scoring record is one of the best in Europe.
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