Radamel Falcao is a clear example of everything that’s wrong with players having third party ownerships. I feel for the guy but he got himself into the scramble. You go from a team on the rise, that returned to the Champions League this season like Monaco to a current disaster team with no Champions League, who were just eliminated from the League Cup by a second division team like Manchester United. On just a season-long loan for 10 MILLION POUNDS. Yes, it’s just a loan, not a transfer. At least 40% of that goes to Natland Financier B.V. who own a part of Falcao’s economic rights.

I’m also pretty sure NF was the main reason his move to Real Madrid fell through and just sold him to the highest bidder, to pocket more cash of course.


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