MONACO’S star man Radamel Falcao has insisted there is no truth in rumours linking him with a swift return to Spain, just months after moving to Ligue 1.
Reports in Spain last week suggested 60million euro striker Falcao was unhappy with the scope of the project on the south coast after leaving Atletico Madrid in May, with a controversial switch to his former club’s fierce rivals Real Madrid mooted as a surprise option.
There have been reports in recent days that Monaco would also be forced to move their offices to France – causing the club to lose it’s current tax benefits, hitting players in the pocket.
The 27-year-old said: “It’s a totally false article. I’m very happy at Monaco and I believe in the project.
“Everything is false, even the numbers quoted by the press are false. I feel great at the club and I’m going to stay here.”
Monaco boss Claudio Ranieri also gave the reports similar short shrift, adding: “What do you want me to tell you? The rumours are rumours.
“Falcao is staying at Monaco.”