Radamel Falcaoa s time at Manchester United is marred by injuries and poor form and it now seems highly unlikely that the club will make his loan move permanent in July. This situation of Radamel Falcao has now attracted the interest of Spanish side Valencia.

Valencia, currently on fourth place in La Liga, have the money to spend in the summer as their new owner, billionaire Peter Lim, has some big plans for the club.

Valencia are performing according to the expectations of Peter Lim in La Liga this season and the owner is confident that the club will qualify for the UEFA Champions League next season. This added revenue, which comes after qualifying for the Champions League and the cash injection of Peter Lim mean that there is no shortage of funds for Los Che for the summer transfer window.

Paco Alcacer is currently the number one striker of Valencia. The Los Che also signed Alvero Negredo on loan from Man City last summer but the Spaniard has failed to impress the club authorities so far. Valencia management is looking for a world class striker who can partner young Paco Alcacer and see Radamel Falcao as a perfect candidate for this job.

Meanwhile, the current situation of Radamel Falcao at Manchester United is not very encouraging. The Colombian international moved to Manchester United on last day of summer transfer window and earns around 2,60,000 per week at the club.

But in spite of spending such huge money on the player, Manchester United authorities, especially coach Louis van Gaal, remain frustrated with the performance levels of the player.

Radamel Falcao has scored just four goals for the club so far and his place in the starting XI of Manchester United is no longer guaranteed.

Meanwhile, reports coming from Spain and England have also confirmed the interest of Valencia in Radamel Falcao.

The Sun has claimed in its story today that Valencia are interested in making an offer for Manchester United striker Radamel Falcao this summer. The Colombian internationala s agent Jorge Mendes is due to hold talks with the Manchester United hierarchy this week to discuss whether they want to take up their option to sign him on a permanent basis.