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John Brewin profile picture  By John Brewin

Can Radamel Falcao be the player he once was at Jose Mourinho's Chelsea?

ESPN FC's Tommy Smyth wonders if Louis van Gaal or Jose Mourinho will appear smarter at the end of the season in regards to the Radamel Falcao transfer saga.
ESPN FC's Craig Burley addresses Radamel Falcao's reported loan move to Chelsea, where he now joins former teammate in Diego Costa.

There was a lurch into the third person as Radamel Falcao defended his Manchester United performances.

"Falcao was always there," he said, speaking in Chile ahead of Colombia's Copa America campaign. "It depends what criteria you are using. People said I was not on the field and not scoring goals but I was always there."

It was a problematic choice of words, considering goals are the criteria by which forwards are measured and especially when signs of them becoming a more "complete" player, as appears...

 By Kevin Palmer

Di Maria on Messi, Ronaldo level says Manchester United teammate Rojo

ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti gives his read on the likelihood that Manchester United's Angel Di Maria joins PSG this summer.

Marcos Rojo believes his Argentina and Manchester United teammate Angel Di Maria will cement his status as one of the world's best players in his second season with the Old Trafford club.

Di Maria struggled in his first season at United after a £59.7 million move from Real Madrid last summer, with reports in recent weeks suggesting that Paris Saint-Germain and Bayern Munich were among the clubs eager to sign him ahead of the new season.

Yet he has looked back to his best in Argentina colours...

Sunderland sign Adam Matthews from Celtic to play right-back

Sunderland agreed a fee with Adam Matthews on Thursday.

Sunderland have completed the signing of Celtic right-back Adam Matthews for a fee of £2 million.

The Black Cats confirmed the deal on Friday night, a little more than 24 hours after agreeing a fee with the Scottish champions.

Head coach Dick Advocaat said on the club's website: "We know that we need quality players to improve competition for places in the side, so Adam is a welcome addition to our squad and we are very pleased to welcome him to Sunderland."