Manchester United striker Radamel Falcao has confirmed that he has returned to full training on Sunday.
The Colombian international has not featured for the Red Devils after picking up an injury before Chelsea clash at Old Trafford in October. Since then, the former Atletico Madrid striker has been on the sidelines with a thigh injury.
Falcao tweeted, saying, ” Back to training 100% and ready to help the team in the next games.”
Back to training 100% and ready to help the team in the next games. pic.twitter.com/YV1xIHzz9R
— Radamel Falcao (@FALCAO) November 23, 2014
Meanwhile, Falcao confirmed last week that he is hoping to make a comeback quickly from injury.
“I am getting better, I feel well and I hope to come back to the pitch soon. It is disappointing that I can’t play but I have to be calm and recover because that is important to help the team when I return to the games,” Falcao said in an exclusive interview to United’s official website.
“It is a bit frustrating. Well, it is more than frustrating actually and it detracts from the credibility of the media that there is so much speculation and that so many falsehoods have been written about it.”
“I think with an audience of so many millions of people, it is not right. I did take a small injury to my calf, which is something that I need to be careful with, but there are a lot of stories circulating that are pure speculation,” the striker added.
United registered their first away win of the season as they defeated Arsenal at the Emirates on Saturday. They face Hull City in the next league clash and United fans would be hoping that Falcao could be fit enough for the upcoming fixture.