Falcao open to PSG move

Atletico Madrid striker Falcao says it is "not impossible" that he could join PSG and pair up with Zlatan Ibrahimovic.

Last Updated: 14/01/13 at 09:33 Post Comment   

Falcao: Linked with a move to PSG

Falcao: Linked with a move to PSG

Atletico Madrid striker Falcao says it is "not impossible" that he could join Paris St Germain and form a lethal pairing with Zlatan Ibrahimovic.

Falcao has become one of the most prolific forwards in world football in recent seasons and has been repeatedly linked with a move away from Atletico.

Chelsea have previously been mooted as favourites to sign the Colombian, while few clubs are expected to be able to afford the 26-year-old, if Atletico ever decide to sell.

PSG are one such team and Falcao admits he cannot rule out the prospect of joining the ambitious French club in the future.

"France is a wonderful country," Falcao told Telefoot. "I have been there before and I liked it very much.

"PSG has a very ambitious project and has invested a lot of money to build an important team. They are going to need some time but they could reach their objective very soon.

"It's not impossible that PSG and me see each other very soon."

Regarding a possible partnership with Ibrahimovic, he added: "I have always followed the career of Zlatan, it has been incredible. He has had success in all the leagues in which he has played. He is a fantastic player and has scored many goals.

"I like to be in a situation of competing with this kind of player. But my principle objective is to be better every day."


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