Chelsea striker Radamel Falcao has been out since October after picking up an "important muscular injury", as José Mourinho put it. Even before then, Falcao's loan hadn't been noteworthy for much else, with the striker hardly justifying his massive wages. But the player remains hopeful that he will come back strong from his injury recovery.
Estuve alejado de las redes sociales durante el último mes. La razón: estoy enfocado y trabajando duro en mi recuperación. Estoy muy feliz de volver a los entrenamientos con el equipo ✌ ️//// I'm working hard and focusing on recovering. For that reason, I was not using social media accounts for a month or more. I am very happy to train again with the team. I am sure I will back strong ✌ ️.
Over reports of Chelsea trying to cut short the loan and his parent club AS Monaco's reluctance in getting the striker back, Falcao isn't having the best period of his career at the moment. Once considered one of the best strikers in the world behind Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo, Falcao seems to be only a shell of his former self ever since his arrival in the Premier League. Either way, we probably should make the best use of him, whatever that may be, before he moves on to new sights like MLS.