Atletico Madrid forward Ramadel Falcao refuses to rule out a transfer away from his current club when the opportunity arises, and knows he is in the middle of ongoing speculation that he may join city rivals Real Madrid or move to the Premier League.
The formidable frontman has been rumoured to be in the sights of Premier League clubs Manchester City and Chelsea, who between them won the English domestic league and the Champions League last season, and also Real Madrid who won La Liga in the last campaign.
The Colombian goalscorer, who has managed to fire 10 goals in as many matches this season in the domestic league, helping Atletico to reach their impressive current second position, admits he may be prepared to listen to other clubs about a move away, but was also keen to state that he is still under contract at Atletico for three years.
“The opportunity of playing in a different league and for a different club will come at the right time,” said Falcao.
“I don’t stop dreaming; on the contrary, I know at some point I might want to move to a different team.
“But I still have three years of contract with Atletico Madrid and that’s the reality.”
Falcao also spoke of his joy with his national side as Colombia have made a positive start to their World Cup qualifying campaign and look ahead to making it to the World Cup in Brazil in 2014.
“I don’t see myself in Brazil yet, but I am aware of our good performances,” he explained.
“We have good chances and we have to keep doing it that way to secure qualification. We have to keep the current form to win the points we need.”