|Wayne Rooney not worried about Falcao arrival.
"But I think is a fantastic signing, he is one of the best players in the world.
"It is a real sign of intent from Manchester United and an exciting signing for us."
United shocked the football world on deadline day by completing the signing of the Colombian Radamel Falcao,on a season-long loan deal.
Louis van Gaal's side have the option to make Falcao's move from Monaco permanent, with the addition giving the United boss a mouth-watering array of attacking talent to choose from.
It raises questions as to how United will utilise the striker - a subject Rooney was not keen to talk about, preferring to focus on the impact the signing will have at Old Trafford.
Meanwhile quite a few people connected to Manchester United are worried that Danny Welbeck have been allowed to leave United and sold to Arsenal.David Beckham expressed his sadness that Welbeck was allowed to leave Manchester United for Arsenal,although he said he expects him to do well at Arsenal Fc.
Eric Harrison also who was the coach of the youth team at United for many years as well expressed his sadness by saying selling Welbeck was allowing the soul of Man United to die.He said local boys like Welbeck who had been at the club since the age of 8,should be kept as they are the heart and soul of the club.
“I cannot believe Danny Welbeck has gone. Okay he might not have been a prolific goalscorer but his work rate and effort was undeniable.
“There was a place for him and I am not too pleased he’s gone to Arsenal. It is sending out the wrong message when local home grown players like that are leaving.
“It is the same with Tom Lawrence. He is going to a good club at Leicester City and will grow and develop there and will be a very good first-team player for them but I think he could have played in United’s first team.
“Losing players who have been part of the club since they were young kids means you are losing the heart and soul of the club. That’s what the Class of ‘92 were for instance.