The Colombia striker, on loan at Manchester United, says he will consider his future at the end of the season but insists he is focused on the club’s remaining fixtures
Manchester United striker Radamel Falcao says he will sit down and decide his future at the end of the season but wants to be at a club where he can play regularly.
The Colombia international has struggled for game time under Louis van Gaal following his loan move from Monaco and has managed just four league goals for the Red Devils this season.
Falcao has been left out of United’s starting line-up since February, missing out against Liverpool and Arsenal in recent weeks, and says he needs to think about his future.
“When the championship finishes, of course I will sit down, analyse things and decide what is best for me,” he told Colombia’s Radio Caracol.
“Obviously I need to find a place where I have continuity and where I can play.
“I am totally focused on the club. There are eight games left and anything can happen.”
The striker has been already been linked with clubs all over Europe but insists he has no problem with Van Gaal despite the lack of playing time.
“He [Van Gaal] has to make decisions like any other coach. Regardless of whether they are favourable for me or not, I try to behave in the best way possible, to be professional at all times and to take advantage of the time he gives me. That’s it.
“I know there has been a lot of talk, but I try to distance myself from that. People speculate, but I am good and feeling calm. I just need to play. I can’t let myself get worried, I need to be prepared to take the opportunity when it comes.
“I am happy at the club and with how the fans and my team-mates have treated me. I will keep fighting until the end at Manchester United.”