Paris (AFP) – Following a bruising League Cup final defeat to Paris Saint-Germain, Monaco resume their battle against the capital club for the Ligue 1 title with a trip to face the physical might of Angers on Saturday.
The principality club’s 4-1 loss to PSG in Lyon ended their prospects of a domestic treble but they maintain a three-point lead over the reigning champions in the league with seven games left.
Monaco striker Radamel Falcao could be back on the transfer market again after just a couple of games for his new club. The Â£51m signing from Atletico Madrid is on a huge tax-free salary in the principality. This has not impressed Monaco's Ligue 1 rivals who cannot compete on those terms. The French Football Federation [.
Radamel might've made the big money move to the Principality, but he's still only the second best Falcao with a ball at his feet this side of Jupiter it's anyone's guess from there. The Other Falcao, the futsal edition, is still going strong and probably the only somewhat known name for the fan of the grass variety rather than, "Hey, let's cancel gym class today.