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Radamel Falcao: I won't have a problem adapting


Manchester United striker Radamel Falcao says he will have no problems in adapting to the English Premier League.

The 28-year-old explained that past experiences with Atletico Madrid and Monaco will help him to settle down in Manchester in what he described as a big challenge for his career.

"I am very happy to be here. I'm used to life in cities like this and I won't have a problem adapting," Falcao said during Thursday's press conference.

"It's a big challenge for me and my career and I always dreamed to be in a club like Manchester United.

"I started to play two months ago with Monaco and I've improved in the last month and feel very good in myself."

The Colombia international suffered anterior cruciate ligament damage in January but says he is now fully recovered.

"I've scored goals and that is important for a striker. I am confident with my physical form and I am now comfortable with my knee," added the striker.

"I've had a great welcome from everyone at the club.

"When you're talking about a settling-in period, to be surrounded by quality players, real good footballers, makes that period all the more easy and it's something that I'm looking forward to."

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