by Mark Bassey
Radamel Falcao’s father has said that his son will move to Real Madrid, if the coach Carlo Ancelotti really wants him.
The Colombian striker has been seriously linked with a big-money money from Monaco, despite penning a five-year contract last year, after he joined from FC Porto for a fee around €60m.
Last week, Monaco insisted that thee 28-year-old would not be leaving the Ligue 1 outfit, but his father has left the door open for a possible move.
“I’m not saying he (Falcao) will leave. I’m only saying that he has a contract with Monaco,” Radamel Garcia told Cadena Cope.
“My son has never told me that he wants to go from Monaco, but, with him I don’t talk about football.
“My son has a contract for four years [at Monaco] and he is serving it.
When he was asked about Falcao possibly playing under Carlo Ancelotti at the Santiago Bernabeu next year, Garcia replied: “If my child ought to play or not [at Real], depends on Ancelotti.”