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By ESPN Staff

Radamel Falcao 'dreams' of Madrid

Falcao has reportedly set his sights on a move to the Bernabeu.

Radamel Falcao "dreams" of joining Real Madrid amid reports that he is on the verge of a summer switch from Monaco, AS reported a Colombia international teammate as saying.

- Transfer talk: Falcao prays to Real Madrid

The teammate, who was not identified, said the striker "dreams of playing there, and is only prepared to listen to offers from Los Blancos," AS reported.

Falcao -- who was ruled out of the World Cup with ligament problems -- visited his international colleagues at their training camp near Sao Paulo.

The Colombian played for Real's city rivals Atletico Madrid between 2011 and 2013, becoming their most expensive player when he joined from Porto for a fee of 40 million euros. He scored 36 goals in his first season -- the most in a debut season by any Atletico Madrid player.

Falcao's Monaco contract is reported to include a release clause that would be triggered by an approach from the Bernabeu.

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