The Mail Online understands that Manchester United remain undecided over whether or not to pursue a permanent deal for Radamel Falcao.
The Colombia international has failed to produce his best form since moving to Old Trafford on loan from Monaco back in August, scoring just four goals in twenty-three appearances in all competitions.
He has a scoring ratio better than a goal every two games in three of his previous four clubs, while he almost matched the record at his first club River Plate.
United’s fierce rivals Liverpool have been linked with a move for the 29 year old, though United may still table an offer in the summer.
Louis van Gaal’s side lost to champions elect Chelsea by a goal to nil on Saturday afternoon, but are well on course to secure a top four finish, and in doing so return to the Champions League after a one year absence.
They travel to Everton on Sunday afternoon, and can be backed at 23/20 to take all three points.