The striker denies reports that he has to pack his knee with ice after every game.
Radamel Falcao has responded to the rumours that he has to pack his left knee with ice after every Manchester United match and training session.
Falcao suffered cruciate ligament damage last season, which saw the striker miss the 2014 World Cup in Brazil and since arriving at Old Trafford on-loan from AS Monaco the Colombia international has also had fitness issues.
This led to a report from the Daily Mail that stated that the 28-year-old was having to put ice on his problematic knee after every game and this had put the Red Devils off signing the Soputh American permanently next summer.
Yet Falcao has taken to Twitter to apparently respond to this speculation and lay to rest the concerns over his injury.
One fool speculates. A few others lacking objectivity respond and millions believe lies. It is disastrous what a few fools can do.
— Radamel Falcao (@FALCAO) November 10, 2014
Since joining United on transfer deadline day in the summer the Colombian has managed just five appearances – all coming in the Premier League – and has scored one goal.
Falcao is currently sidelined through injury, but both the fans and manager Louis van Gaal alike will be hoping the forward is correct in his assessment and that the rumours of his long-term issues are simply fabricated.