Radamel Falcao has declared himself ready and motivated to return to training ahead of Manchester United’s game against Arsenal next weekend.
Having not taken part in full training with United in the past two weeks, it’s good to hear he feels ready to get back into action.
The striker was left out of Colombia’s international squad so as to let him recover from a calf muscle injury and it means he has a full two week period where he can solely concentrate on rehabilitation from his injury.
Falcao has been in the press this week after he labelled reports of injury concerns surrounding his knee as lies by the media, intimating there was currently nothing seriously wrong with his troublesome knee after surgery.
The 28-year-old is yet to really make a name for himself at Old Trafford in what has been a slow start to his United career but there is still a firm belief he will come good once he can regain his full fitness, hopefully starting with Arsenal in two weeks time.
“Ready to train with the best motivation,” Falcao said: