Radamel Falcao, who scored one more time in his second French league match against Montpellier, denied the rumours about his possible return to La Liga.
“Everything is false. Even the money for the transaction is false. I believe in the Monegasque project. I will stay in Monaco,” said Falcao about the article published by diario Marca in Spain which assured that the striker is not happy in the team and is waiting to be transferred in the following days, either for Real Madrid or Chelsea.
On the other hand, Monaco has published in their Twitter account: “The club categorically deny rumours about a sale of Falcao.
"As a reminder, the Colombian attacker has signed with ASMFC for five years."
Despite the controversy, AS Monaco made their local debut with a remarkable triumph at the Stade Louis III after returning to Ligue 1 this weekend. ‘El Tigre’ opened the score by a penalty-kick with a special dedication to his baby daughter Dominique who was born last week.
Victor Montaño, a Colombian who played for Montpellier equalised partially the game 1-1. But Emmanuel Rivière scored a hat-trick to ensure the second Monegasque victory this season.
James Rodriguez, one of the big arrivals to the team, was not included in the game by the Italian manager Claudio Ranieri.
Monaco remains second below Oympique Lyonnais, both with six points but one goal of difference. Their third game will be on Friday 23 August against Toulouse FC at the Stade Louis III.
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