Monaco vice-president Vadim Vasilyev has insisted that many great clubs are interested in Colombian forward Radamel Falcao, reports the Telegraph.
Falcao, who is currently on loan at Premier League outfit Manchester United, has endured a tricky tim on English soil, and Vasilyev has insisted that someone will sign him if the Red Devils fail to take up their option to secure his services on a permanent basis at the end of the season.
Having scored just four goals in 19 games, the forward, who earns as much as £265,000-a-week at the Theatre of Dreams, certainly faces an uncertain future, but it remains to be seen as to whether Louis van Gaal and Co. look to land him this summer.
Vasilyev certainly expects the forward to join a top club, as he told the BBC: "I'm not worried for Falcao, he is a world-class striker.
"If Manchester United decide not take up the option at the end of the season, we have interest from other great clubs. So I am really not worried for him at all."
Falcao, then, will hope to prove his credentials at the club over the coming weeks and months and will no doubt be hoping to feature today as the Red Devils travel to the Liberty Stadium to take on Swansea City.
It's looking unlikely at United
In truth, though, time appears to be running out for the Colombian, as he's failed to produce the goods under the Van Gaal regime.
He's certainly not looked like himself at United, so he must step up sooner rather than later if he's going to become the club's permanent No.9.
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