Radamel Falcao is set for Chelsea stay despite reports linking him with a move out of Stamford bridge in Janauary, claims Squawka.
The striker has been linked with a January move as his loan spell at Chelsea have been poor so far but the striker might now have a second chance to save his Stamford bridge career, according to the report.
Falcao has failed to impress since moving to Chelsea and has only score one goal in nine appearances for the West London side. Its the same old story as his first stint in English football were he failed to impress at Manchester United scoring 4 league goals in the course of the season for the Red Devils.
Many reports have claimed the Blues are ready to cut their loses and will be willing to get rid of the striker in order to create space in their squad and sign a striker in January with the most recent report linking the Colombian with a move to North America with mexico side Club America interested in the 29 year old, as per Media tiempo.
However, Ita Sport press via Squawka claims Hiddink wants to keep Falcao at Chelsea until the end of the season before his future will be decided.
Falcao is currently on loan from Monaco but has played 90 minutes for the Blues just once.
The striker will be hoping to take the opportunity given to him by Guus Hiddink and could now be more involved in the Chelsea first team should he take his chances.