Falcao dun advice James Rodriguez ontop hin United transfer

Former Manchester United striker Radamel Falcao dun advised James Rodriguez to choose club wey go make am ‘happy’.

We dey ecpect make Rodriguez commot for Real Madrid after three years, as dem omit am from Champions League final squad by coach Zinedine Zidane.

The Colombia international dun lose hin first-team status over one year ago as Madrid con attempt to offload Rodriguez last summer buh dem fail.

United dun been repeat to link link with Rodriguez as hin compatriot Falcao get some kyn succinct advice ontop all the frenzied speculation wey dey surround am.

“For the sake of dem and the team, I hope say pesin wey wan make decision dey do am the best way possible,” Falcao tell Sport. “And above all e go make am happy.”

Despite say Rodriguez representatives  dun attempt and the Spanish-speaking media to engineer move to United, we dun dey understand say the club no get any interested as to sign the 25-year-old.

Rodriguez and Falcao move enta Monaco the same year con spent onw season together before Madrid spent £63million to sign the forward, as every body just dey touch light am ontop hin outstanding performer that summer wey World Cup shele.
Falcao move go United ontop loan on deadline day con manage just four goals under Louis van Gaal before dem allow an to return to the Principality.

The former Atletico Madrid striker con endure another poorer campaign with Jose Mourinho for Chelsea but Falcao regain hin form spectacularly wen hin do Monaco comeback last term con help the club win dem first Ligue 1 title in 17 years.

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