Dream fulfilled: Falcao would already have everything ready with his new team

Dream fulfilled: Falcao would already have everything ready with his new team
Dream fulfilled: Falcao would already have everything ready with his new team

A few days ago it was officially announced that Radamel Falcao García will not continue in Vallecano Ray, team in which he lasted a few seasons, but will say goodbye once the 2023-24 season ends.

After this event, speculation began regarding what will happen to the coffee striker, who apparently you want to continue playing.

For this reason, he has been linked to a Liga MX team, but in the last few hours a rumor was born about what will be his next club.

See also: Official: Falcao leaves Rayo Vallecano and is already looking for a new team

This information was given by the journalist Luis Arturo Henaowho through a YouTube video revealed what will happen with Falcao, who little by little is closing his professional career after years of great glory and not only on a personal level, but also with the Colombian team.

“What relatives and friends of him have told me, Falcao still wants to continue playing“, was what the journalist began by saying.

And then he dropped the bomb: “Now The great news is that Falcao’s future is going to be the MLSnow in the middle of the year they tell me that he is going to sign with him . I don’t know if Messi is going to take it, but it is the option that is most advanced now.”

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Thus, everything indicates that Falcao will play with Lionel Messi, which for many fans represents a dream come true, but only until mid-year can this information be confirmed.

 
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