The Colombian, on-loan from Monaco, has struggled with life at Old Trafford after failing to adapt to the Premier League and longstanding fitness problems keeping him sidelined for many games.
Falcao has netted just four times in his 22 appearances for the Red Devils but that clearly hasn’t deterred Serie A champions Juventus from showing an interest in the striker.
Juventus are thought to be keen to bring in two new forwards in RadamelFalcao and Palermo’s Paulo Dybala, a transfer target of Arsenal.
United landed the former Atletico Madrid man on the final day of the summer transfer window but has failed to live up to expectation under Louis Van Gaal and is expeted to leave the club at the end of the season.
By Phil Wellbrook