RadamelFalcao’s loan deal with Chelsea is reaching it’s ending point and the Colombian striker continues to struggle trying to get consistent playing time with the Premier League club and it seems like his future in England is at risk.
Taking into consideration the fact that Falcao has dropped down in the pecking order of Chelsea, the future of the Colombian attacker in Stamford Bridge is being linked with a move to the MLS as there are American based clubs that are interested in signing the 30 year old forward.
The loan deal with RadamelFalcao and Chelsea expires at the end of the season. When this time arrives, the Colombian attacker is expected to return to Monaco. Falcao’s contract with Monaco lasts until 2018 but there is a possibility that he could be transferred to another club during the summer transfer window.
The 30 year old attacker has stated himself that he is open to the possibility of joining a team in the MLS.
“I don’t know. I am not thinking about next season. When the season is finished I start to think about that but I don’t know. I would like to play more minutes. The experience in England has been a little bit tough. It has not been easy because I couldn’t play constantly like I wanted to. I will still fight for an opportunity to play and I am waiting for that. These last couple of years have allowed me to be better in another ways. I am happy for that.”
“Some other Colombian players are playing in Major League Soccer and obviously the big stars like Andrea Pirlo, Kaka and Giovani dos Santos. I think MLS could be bigger than now because they have everything they need to become an even stronger league and become even more competitive.”RadamelFalcao said as he talked about his future and the MLS.