On-loan Chelsea striker Radamel Falcao will not be returning to his parent club Monaco after the Monaco ruled out that they will not be recalling him.
The Colombian, who is on loan from the French Ligue 1 club has spent the last two seasons at Manchester United and with champions Chelsea, has failed to revive his career and break into Chelsea’s starting eleven this season.
Falcao is currently struggling to make a significant impact since Jose Mourinho brought him to the Stamford Bridge on October. Currently, the 29-year-old is lacking enough game time coupled with his recent thigh injury that has led to speculations the he could cut his season-long loan at the Stamford Bridge short this January.
In regard to the speculations that emerged suggesting that the Colombia international could be on his way back to the Stade Louis II Stadium this month after being spotted at the Monaco’s training ground last week to undergo checks on the thigh injury, Monaco vice-president Vadim Vasilyev has ruled out the possibility of cutting short Falcao’s loan move to the west London club.
“Falcao is currently injured. He has to wait for six to seven more weeks,” he said. “Due to it, we took the decision of not taking him back in Monaco.