Manchester United striker Radamel Falcao has clarified the situation surrounding his future, as quoted by Goal.com.
The Colombian striker is on loan at United from Monaco and there has been speculation from the Guardian this season that Old Trafford officials are wary of turning the loan into a permanent one because of concerns over his fitness.
However, the man himself suggests that he’s in perfect health as United focus on their quest to get back into the Champions League.
“I am fine. I feel really good. I am playing without any sort of fitness problems,” said Falcao.
“I am very happy with the win. It was a very difficult game but we managed the match well and got the three points.”
Falcao will be the first to admit that his record for United this season needs to be better if he’s to convince the club to sign him on a permanent basis.
He’s scored three goals and provided three assists in the Premier League so far and needs to up the ante as the club face a very important next few months in their immediate future.
Falcao’s comments suggest that any decision made by United will be based on his performances rather than his fitness s it’s over to the Colombian if he wants to nail down a long term future under Louis van Gaal.