Radamel Falcao is focused on Manchester United but refuses to rule out a move away from the club in the summer.
The Colombian joined Man United last year with a reputation as one of the world’s best strikers but has struggled during his time at Old Trafford.
Speaking away on international duty, Falcao said he remained committed to United until the end of the season but doesn’t know what will happen after that.
”When the championship is finished, I will sit and analyse and decide what is best for me,” Falcao said.
“Obviously, I need a place to have continuity, where I can play.
“I’m completely with the club for the remaining eight games. Anything can happen. Every player needs to play and playing makes you happy.”
Despite Falcao’s troubles at United, he deserves credit for keeping his head down and not complaining about the situation.
Fans have been willing the 29-year-old to do well week after week but it just hasn’t worked out for him at the club.
However, he may take heart from Juan Mata’s situation at United. The Spaniard spent a number of weeks on the sidelines earlier in the season but has enjoyed a renaissance lately, scoring twice in the 2-1 victory over Liverpool last weekend.
Falcao is now away with Colombia and will be given centre stage by Jose Pekerman in the hope he can find his goalscoring form again. If he can do that, maybe there’s hope for him between now and the end of the season.