Manchester United's megastore make Radamel Falcao name blunder

Manchester United's megastore send out a replica shirt with Radamel Falcao's name spelt incorrectly.

Manchester United's megastore have been left red-faced after spelling Radamel Falcao's surname wrongly on the back of a shirt.

The Colombian international moved to Old Trafford on transfer deadline day last Monday on a season-long loan from Monaco.

However, it appears that the club's megastore are yet to grasp the spelling of their new signing's name after a replica shirt was delivered with 'Flacao' printed on the back.

The striker was one of six new players recruited by manager Louis van Gaal in the summer.

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