Radamel Falcao has stated he will not reject the chance to move yo America and join the MLS.
Falcao has struggled in the EPL, after enduring an uneventful loan spell with Manchester United, before joining Chelsea and is still yet to make any impact.
Falcao has scored just five goals during his spell in England, but he has previously claimed that he is merely “waiting for his chance” to shine at Stamford Bridge; though he has not ruled out a move to north America.
“I never say no [to MLS] but in this moment I am thinking about Europe and my performances here,” Falcao told NBC Sports. “I think I have more years to fight in these leagues.”
Falcao admits he has been following MLS, a league which boasts the talents of Falcao’s former club team-mates Federico Higuain and Diego Valeri, who currently play for Columbus Crew and Portland Timbers respectively.
“I follow the league. In England they are showing the games and I have some friends who play in there who I played with in River Plate or Porto like Higuain or Valeri,” Falcao said.
“Some other Colombian players are playing in Major League Soccer and obviously the big stars like Andrea Pirlo, Kaka or Giovani dos Santos. I think MLS could be bigger than now because they have everything they need to become an even stronger league and become even more competitive.”
Falcao is currently under contract with Monaco until 2018.