MONACO star Radamel Falcao has been linked with a move to David Beckham’s new MLS side Inter Miami.
The former Atletico Madrid, Manchester United and Chelsea forward, 32, has scored three times this season for the Ligue 1 side.
And, according to Sport, he is attracting interest from the start-up Major League Soccer club Inter Miami, although the club will not start playing for over a year.
The new MLS ‘franchise’ will start playing in 2020, just months before the Colombian’s contract expires.
Playing in Miami would, of course, be a logical step for Falcao, because of the massive Hispanic population in the city, and the relative proximity to his native Colombia.
Columbus Crew are also an MLS club interested in bringing the former Atletico Madrid man on board, and the club are mooting whether to move the franchise Austin, Texas.
Falcao played at the summer’s World Cup, where Colombia were knocked out by England on penalties in the last 16.
He scored one against Poland in the tournament and fired one in during a friendly against Venezuela as well.
Falcao recently had a statue erected in Santa Marta, Colombia, where he was born.
But fans claimed the bizarre 19-foot artwork looks nothing like him.
Monaco are due to face Borussia Dortmund in tonight’s Champions League clash after losing 2-1 to Atletico Madrid in their opener.
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