Radamel Falcao's loan move to Manchester United from AS Monaco has not materialised well and the English club had signed the player with the thought of making the move permanent.
But, with the poor form of the Manchester United striker, Louis Van Gaal might decide not to sign the player, who was expected to bang in a number of goals for the Red Devils. He failed to live up to the expectations of the club.
Though, the Colombian might have scored some goals in international fixtures recently, his future hangs in the balance with both United and AS Monaco. With the strict Financial Fair Play, it could be difficult for the striker to head back to his parent club too.
Hence, it would be no surprise if a number of teams look forward to signing the Colombian striker, who had fine spells with Spanish club, Atletico Madrid and Portuguese side, Porto.
It was his time during the la liga, when a number of teams wanted to sign the striker, but Falcao decided to sign for AS Monaco, where he scored 11 goals.
Falaco has been a huge disappointment with the Colombian finding the back of the net only four times in Manchester United colours in the EPL, after signing from Monaco.
Amidst all this, Argentine club River Plate has showed some interest in signing the player. River Plate vice-president Matias Patanian in an interview with Esto es River said, We dream of having Falcao at River again."
During Falcao's days with River plate, he scored 34 goals for the club.
"The doors are always wide open for him. We dream of him most of all for the future. That future may be in June or at the end of the current year. In football you never know."
If River Plate are interested in getting the player to South America, they need to pay huge money to land one of the hottest strikers in world football (though, he may have struggled of late).
"It will depend on how [many players] we sell in the summer in order to reinforce the team. We have to analyse it correctly because, on the other hand, if we don't transfer we will then only be able to bring two players."
But, one thing also remains to be seen if the player would agree for a move to a club in Argentina even if an offer is made. Top football players around the world always prefer to play in some European leagues.