The France legend was stunned when Falcao left Atletico Madrid to join big-spending Monaco.

But Ginola reckons Prem fans may yet see the Colombian star in England.

Chelsea and Manchester United have both shown an interest in landing him while an Arsenal move could be funded by a new sponsorship deal with Puma.

Ginola told Starsport: "Everybody wants to come and play in England.

"When he had the choice and decided to go to Monaco, I was surprised in the first place.


"I expected him to go to one of the clubs in England but he's still young and he has plenty of options in his career.

"His future could lie in Spain, Monaco or England. It's too early to decide his future now but, why not [move]? Everyone wants to play in England.

"He could play for anyone."

Falcao, 27, is currently sidelined with a knee injury that has left his World Cup hopes hanging by a thread.

Monaco - who are chasing the Ligue One title - made a deadline-day move for Dimitar Berbatov to replace him and he is expected to lead the line against Paris St-Germain on Sunday.