After another season of merciless goal getting with Atletico Madrid, the Colombian remains one of world football's most sought after strikers.
The man known as "El Tigre" has 68 goals in his two years with Los Rojiblancos and fans at the Vicente Calderon would be extremely unhappy to see him go.
However, such is the level of debt that the club currently find themselves in. Reality dictates that, should a certain offer come in, Falcao will be sacrificed for the greater good.
As such, Chelsea have made much of the running for the 27-year-old (Daily Mail), but the likes of Real Madrid (International Business Times) and Manchester United also have a standing interest. Indeed, compatriot Faustino Asprilla has urged Falcao to head to Old Trafford if his desire is to fight for the biggest trophies. (Daily Mail)
One of the most clinical strikers in the game today, the Colombian deserves that chance. With Spain's big two commanding La Liga, that scenario seems unlikely at present with Atletico; despite their recent cup successes, the gap remains seemingly insurmountable.
As such, a summer move would enable Falcao to be a regular challenger for major honours. Whether it's Manchester United, Chelsea or Real Madrid however, we'll have to wait and see. A move to the Santiago Bernabeu would certainly disgust Atletico's hardcore support, but release clauses being what they are, there can be no guarantees about where Falcao plays his football come 2013/14.