Manchester United forward Radamel Falcao has confirmed that he is focused on turning his loan into a permanent deal at Old Trafford and dismissed talk of a potential move to Juventus, reports the Evening Standard.
Falcao hasn’t enjoyed the success which was anticipated after his sensational deadline day move in the summer with the forward has struggling with the intensity of the Premier League and some niggles.
According to the report, Juventus have been linked with a move for Falcao who is still owned by Monaco and has a release clause in his contract, but it is Man United who have the option to secure a long-term deal for the Colombian.
“Juventus looking for me? They talk a lot, but now I’m focused 100 per cent on Manchester United,” Falcao was quoted as saying in the Evening Standard.
“Before the end of the season there are some crucial matches and I hope that this situation will change.”
Louis van Gaal has favoured a 4-3-3 system of late with Wayne Rooney spearheading the attack and it is difficult to see how Falcao can get back into the team with Man United playing such wonderful football.
With eight Premier League games remaining, the former Atletico Madrid man needs to prove his worth immediately.