It's explained that the injured Chelsea player was rushed into Monaco's facilities in a car with tinted windows on Tuesday and kept back from other players who were conducting a public training session.
The reason for the visit was two fold, Monaco wanted an update on the player's injury situation, and they also wish to pursue the cause of him returning to his parent club during the current transfer window. Le Parisien explain that Monaco are confident Falcao will return to them this winter, with the final decision said to be down to the player.
Monaco are optimistic that Falcao will return and help them climb the Ligue 1 table, at the same time as getting his own career back on track.
Falcao wasn't able to meet up with Monaco vice president Vadim Vasilyev during his visit to the French principality, and he left the training centre again in a blacked out car, apparently evading the attention of everyone who wasn't supposed to see him.Tweet