Mexican giants Club America are interested in signing Chelsea striker Radamel Falcao, according to reports.
Falcao has found life difficult since moving to the Premier league in 2014. In the summer of 2014, the striker joined Manchester United on a season long loan deal with an
option of a permanent move but the 29 year old failed to live up to expectation and the Old Trafford side opted against signing the player on a permanent basis. The striker then moved to Chelsea in August with the hope of regaining his form but the striker has failed to impress in the few games he has featured for Chelsea.
The striker has also suffered injury problems and he is still recovering from a muscular injury he sustained in November.
It has been reported by several media outlets that the Blues are looking at the possibility of terminating the striker’s loan deal in order to create space for a new striker.
The Blues might have their wish granted already as Club America considers the striker their dream signing and are preparing to make a move to sign the striker in January, according to Medi Tiempo.
The report also claims the Mexican outfit might be unable to pay the Colombian his exhorbitant wages.
Falcao has scored just 1 goal since joining Chelsea in August