Chelsea Football Club of England, is said to have reached an agreement with Fc Monaco of France to sign colombian striker Falcao.
Falcao who spent last season at Chelsea's arch rival Manchester United, had a very bad outting in his first season in the English top flight, nuturing just four (4) goals in all competitions for the Manchester based club.
His poor performances, made Van Gaal to turn down the opportunity to sign the Colombian hit man on a permenant basis.
But it seems Falcao still has unfinished business in England as Sky Sports and other news outlets, today, reported that Chelsea and Monaco has reached an agreement to sign the striker on loan for the 2015/2016 for the sum of around £7/8m.
It will be remembered that Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho, openly made it known that he'll be glad to work with the former Fc Porto and Athletico Madrid hit man, who was regarded as the most deadliest striker in the world.
But due to a serious knee injury suffered in france changed everything for the Colombian. And ever since then, he has been struggling to get back to the form that saw Europe elite clubs vying for his signature.
Chelsea seems to be the last hope of Falcao making him self known to the world again. Weather this turns out to be good business for Chelsea and Falcao, or a reverse of Torres, is yet to be seen.