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Chelsea source: Striker will sign, talks have been going well


Former Manchester United striker Falcao will be a Chelsea player next season, the Daily Star reveals.

According to the report, a Chelsea insider confirmed that boss Jose Mourinho would be delighted to add the Colombia international to his offensive department.

The 29-year-old joined the Red Devils after a number of phenomenal campaigns at Atletico Madrid and Monaco.

But he struggled to settle down in the English Premier League, scoring just 4 goals in 29 games.

"Talks have been going well and Jose [Mourinho] is still a big fan of Falcao, despite the difficult time he had at United," the source is quoted as saying.

"It looks like the deal is going to happen."

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