Despite having a disastrous first season since arriving at Manchester United from Monaco on loan, it would appear as if Colombian striker Radamel Falcao has set his heart on remaining in the English Premiership to prove he is worth the kind of money Monaco is looking to sell him for.
Unfortunately for the 29-year-old it would appear as if his time at Manchester United has come to an end after he has only managed to score four-goals for the Red Devils so far this season, and was only just dropped from the first-team by manager Louis van Gaal to play with the clubs U-21 side in the hope he might find his scoring boots once more.
With him now seemingly on his way back to parent club Monaco it could be time he evaluates his £265,000 per-week wages while Monaco rethinks their £44 million asking price.
Spanish La Liga side Valencia is thought to be interested in El Tigre, but may have a hard time justifying his wages, and with the Colombian wanting to stay in England Jose Mourinho’s Chelsea is the obvious choice with a team that would suit the Colombians natural ability to find goals out of thin air, and with Loic Remy on his way out, Falcao would be a great back up for current front man Diego Costa and could prove to be even a better partner if Mourinho was to play them together.
And while Chelsea could certainly afford the money it would definitely be dependent on a stringent medical with many people saying he is not the player he was following a knee operation that saw him miss the last World Cup.