Radamel Falcao is reportedly unhappy with the lack of playing time at Chelsea and is considering to return to his parent club Monaco in January.
The Colombian international is on a season-long loan at Chelsea and has only managed to play 192 minutes in Premier League spread around 7 appearances out of which 6 are as a substitute.
He has only managed to score one goal this season and is currently the third choice striker after falling behind Diego Costa and Loic Remy in the pecking order.
The 29-old striker is concerned about losing his place with the Colombia national squad and is weighing up the possibility of returning to the Ligue 1, once the transfer window re-opens in January.
Falcao was recognized as one of Europe’s best strikers during his two seasons at Atletico Madrid where, where he scored 52 goals from 68 appearances before a massive 60 million Euro move to French outfit Monaco in 2013-14.
His career at Monaco is hampered by a crucial ligament injury, putting him on the sidelines during the second half of the season which carried over to the World Cup in Brazil.
He spend the previous season on loan at Manchester United, where he scored only four goals in twenty six appearances.
It has been also reported that Spanish giants Barcelona are interested in Falcao, but Chelsea and Monaco has to agree mutual termination for the player to leave.