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Milan join race for Chelsea-bound striker


Despite struggling to make an impact in the Premier League at Manchester United, a number of top European clubs are ready to make a move for Radamel Falcao.

The Colombia international is eager to rediscover the same form that made him one of Europe's best striker with Chelsea and Milan both ready to make a move.

According to reports in Italy, Monaco are ready to listen to offers and Milan want to sign the striker to show Carlo Ancelotti that they mean business ahead of the next season.

Ancelotti is yet to agree a move to Milan and the club's directors are eager to add important players to the squad to convince the 55-year-old to be their next coach.

Milan won their last game of the season away at Atalanta on Saturday but coach Filippo Inzaghi is still expected to be sacked after he failed to qualify for next season's Europa League.

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