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He is the new Radamel Falcao, was the last top scorer of a top league and four MLS teams want him

After tearing up the league he is playing at, this striker is at the peak of his career and three MLS clubs want to take advantage of that.

Radamel Falcao and James Rodríguez
Radamel Falcao and James Rodríguez

There is nothing like a striker in his best moment. This player has scoring left and right, and in the last years he came to his peak. He does not only finds the net consistently. He also makes a lot of sacrifice pressing all around the pitch, and has a unique sense of positioning that makes him one of the most intelligent forwards around.

That is why many teams are following his steps, and he might be keen to a best quality of life. This Colombian player has been the last top scorer of the last edition of the Argentinian league but after three years playing at that country, a move to North America would probably satisfy him.

Rafael Santos Borré, from River Plate, is considered the new Radamel Falcao not only for his nationality, but also for having played for the Argentinian club and Atlético Madrid previously. At just 25 years old, he scored for River an amount of goals that got too close to that Falcao reached there.

And the MLS teams who count with the most chances of signing him are Toronto FC and Inter Miami CF. If he leaves to the David Beckham's club, he will partner up with another legend of River and a Madrid team: Gonzalo Higuaín. The other teams, less interested but still following him, are New York City FC and Los Angeles FC.

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