Falcao says his name sounds like thunder when Manchester United fans sing it

Radamel Falcao has impressed whilst on international duty with Colombia and has again been the man the media want to speak to. The Manchester United striker, on loan from Ligue 1's AS Monaco, has spoken of his pride after scoring the opening goal against El Salvador for Colombia. He feels it was important to get that goal and, as ever, is thrilled to represent his country in such a way.

Falcao's love of playing for Colombia is being matched by his love of Manchester United and all things related to it. The Colombian striker has hugely taken to the Premier League club and will tell that to anyone who will listen. He and his wife have made it known they're incredibly happy with the summer transfer and want to remain at Manchester United and in Manchester for many years to come.

One of the things which has made the family feel so welcome is the reaction of Manchester United fans toward their new superstar striker. Falcao's transfer was something of a shock, with Angel di Maria being a deal which in comparison dragged on for some time. Manchester United fans weren't used to signing the likes of Angel di Maria so to do that and then secure Falcao in a deadline day swoop was a huge boost to the club after a difficult season under David Moyes. All that has helped the reaction to the Colombian and he's noticed.

Falcao has told media in his own country that when the Old Trafford supporters sing his name, a name they currently sing more than any other, that it sounds like thunder, such is the noise which is created within the stadium "It's magic, I would have never imagined in an institution such as Manchester United, the love they are showing me; my name sounds like thunder at the stadium, it is something that fills me with pride."

The striker has a knack of finding the back of the net and an equal knack of saying just the right thing.

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