Atletico Madrid president Enrique Cerezo has claimed Radamel Falcao is interested in playing in another league at some point in his career.
The Colombian international joined Atletico during 2011 summer from Porto and since his arrival at the Spanish capital, the striker has scored 36 goals in all competitions for the Red and Whites.
Cerezo is expecting the Colombian international to adhere to his current contract but has not ruled out his possible move to another club or league in future. Falcao is currently in contract which will keep him at Madrid till 2016. However, Atletico's president is aware of the fact it will not be an easy task to keep his star player given the striker has been linked with several top European clubs.
"He tells me he is very happy here and that he wants to honour his contract but one day, we don't know when, he would like to try out another league. I know that day will come, but it won't be anytime soon. I can say that he has told me personally that he loves being at this club. He is the best No.9 in the world at the moment. He is also a lovely, kind guy, and he never loses his temper," Cerezo told Spanish television station Cuatro.
Falcao scored a hat-trick against Chelsea during the UEFA Super Cup match between the reigning European champions and Los Rojiblancos. Since then the Colombian hot-shot has been strongly linked with a move to Stamford Bridge with Atletico's city rival Real Madrid also showing interest in landing the striker.
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Meanwhile, Fluminense defender Wallace is keen to join his compatriots David Luiz, Oscar and Lucas Piazon at Stamford Bridge. It is understood Chelsea are favourites to land the young full back either in January or next summer.
"It's always helpful having Brazilian team-mates playing alongside you, as they normally are settled down, so they can give you some advice and this is important, even regarding language. Now that I'm moving to London I'll have to learn some English but they are used to this and they will surely help me a lot. I used to follow the Spanish league and its big clubs like Real Madrid but now as I'm moving to Chelsea I'm following the club more closely, especially after the Champions League title," Wallace explained to Fox Sports Brasil as mentioned in Sky Sports.