Premier League giants Chelsea loanee forward Radamel Falcao has confirmed that club has no plans to make his move permanent and it seems that Colombian flop will return to Ligue 1 giants Monaco.
“Monaco made a big investment in me and they want some return on that. They want me back at the club for next season,” the Chelsea loanee said to TYC Sports.
“I need to have minutes, to play, and we’ll see what happens. Monaco want to see what my position is in a year, to see what possibilities I have.
“The project changed, it took a turn in every sense. Today they’re more of a selling club than they were three years ago, when they wanted to put a very strong team together. In principle, the idea is that I’ll be with Monaco for that season.”
Ex-Atletico Madrid man has moved to Old Trafford on loan deal in the summer of 2014 with hopes to find his best form in Premier League, however all went wrong after Colombian has managed to find the net only four times.
Despite failing to establish himself at old Trafford Former Chelsea manager Mourinho has gave Colombian striker one more chance by offering him a fresh start at Stamford bridge.
In This season Colombian flop Falcao has played 10 Premier League matches and has scored only one goal and due to that and his addiction to injuries he will leave Stamford Bridge in the summer.