|Desc||The whole ‘Manchester United flop’ theme is starting to get old by this point, but don’t let Falcao’s ill-fated spell in the Premier League distract you from the fact that he is one of the most lethal strikers of the past decade. The Colombian was unstoppable for Porto and Atletico Madrid, but his career faltered somewhat after he ruptured his cruciate ligament in the buildup to the 2014 World Cup. He’s back on track with Monaco, but who knows what heights he could have hit if it weren’t for that injury|
|Org||Colombia National Team|
|Club as Player||Galatasaray|
2019 03 16 Retrieve
[Radamel Falcao tells about his love of another sport] I love baseball. When I was little, in Venezuela, where I grew up, it was the sport I played, at a very good level. I often talk about it with my wife. I think when I finish my football career, I’ll start one as a professional baseball player. Like Michael Jordan, even if he was a basketball player and did not get to play in the big leagues, at the highest level. I want to be the first to succeed!
2019 08 03 Retrieve
[Falcao ‘studying’ offers to move away from Monaco this summer] The truth is that I still have a year of contract and the club did not offer me an extension. So I have to think about my future, my family. I am studying the offers I have been offered. These are good opportunities for my career. I have to think about my family.
[Among the clubs linked with the forward are Galatasaray and Valencia, and though Monaco have maintained that only an extraordinary offer would be good enough to sign him, Falcao says he believes the club understand his position on wanting to move on] I still have only one year of contract and it’s complicated for a player of my age. I think the club understands my position to give my family some peace for the future
2019 08 21 Retrieve
[Earlier this month, the former Atletico Madrid, Chelsea and Man Utd striker indicated that he was considering a future away from Monaco] I am studying the offers I have been offered. These are good opportunities for my career. I have to think about my family