The Colombian netted just four goals during his season-long loan with Manchester United and – unsurprisingly – there are a few dubious supporters questioning Jose Mourinho‘s decision to clinch his signature last month.
Terry, however, isn’t concerned
“I could tell pretty much straightaway how good he was and how difficult he was to mark,” as quoted by Sky Sports.
“Literally after two minutes he was backing in. He did the same to Gary Cahill. We had a little tussle on the floor 10 to 15 minutes later. He was up for it, was hungry, his movement and first touch were both excellent.
“You get that feeling as well. You can tell after a couple of minutes – it’s ‘I’ll give a bit and he’ll give a bit.’ I just thought he was up for it that day and Gary felt the same.
“For me, Falcao and Tottenham’s Harry Kane were the best players I came up against last season. So we are delighted to have Radamel here now because he’s a top, top player.”