Radamel Falcao has hinted that he doesn’t want to make a move away to Spain as he doesn’t have any problem at his current club Monaco.

In one of his interviews a few days ago, Florentino Perez who is the president of the Spanish club Real Madrid had praised Falcao and had said that his club might try to buy the Monaco player next summer.

Since then, there were speculations that this might be Falcao’s last season in France, but, the 27 years old Colombian striker has denied those speculations.

When asked about Perez’s statements, Falcao said, “Well, I want to thank him for the kind words that he used for me, but, I have got a lot of respect for the club which I am playing for at the moment. I have really been treated superbly here so far and I am pleased with the way things are going on for me here.”

“It will not be the right thing on my part to talk about the interest of Real Madrid as I have already told you that I respect my contract at Monaco.”

Falcao has already played in La Liga. He was a part of the Atletico Madrid side for a couple of years i.e. from 2011 to 2013. He made a move to France in May this year by signing a 5-year deal for AS Monaco. The transfer fee wasn’t revealed either by Atletico or Monaco, but, it was believed to be close to 60 million Euros.

With Spanish clubs circling, the sports bet australia website has decided he is odds-on to return, especially if Monaco don't get Champions League football, though Unibet have good odds on him staying put.

Falcao has done superbly during his tenure at Monaco so far. He has made a total of 11 Ligue 1 appearances till now and has already found the net 8 times. He is the leading goal scorer in the ongoing Ligue 1 at the moment.