Manchester United striker Radamel Falcao is rumored to be on the move, but the squad may be able to bring him back at a reduced price.
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UEFA club Monaco has been found guilty of violations of Financial Fair Play rules, and they have been fined £9.5m as a result.
They had been pursuing Falcao, but this punishment will enable Manchester United to sign Falcao at a discount.
Falcao had previously agreed to a £43.2m fee for any permanent deal, but he had a disappointing 2014-15 season for Manchester United as he only scored four goals despite playing in 27 games.
This high price is making it a possibility that the club will not try to pursue him.
Since he may have a reduced price due to Monaco’s actions, Manchester United will have an advantage over other clubs since they are a rich franchise, as they are worth $3.3 billion.