"As far as we know he returned to Peru to prepare the documents to emigrate. He has not yet sought the help of the Yekaterinburg city administration. [But] if he does, we will help him," the press service of the mayor's office said.
According to the mayor's office's website, Falcon is a structural engineer of electrical grids and he is planning to find a job in his field in Yekaterinburg, situated in the Ural Mountains around 880 miles east of Moscow.
"I like the people, I like your lifestyle, it is quiet, the street traffic is not very fast. I compare it to Moscow, for example. I got used to the public transport so quickly," Falcon said as quoted by the website.
Yekaterinburg hosted four group-stage matches of the World Cup, including a game between Peru and France, which ended 1-0 to the European side.
The 2018 FIFA World Cup kicked off on June 14 and will continue until July 15, with the final match to be held at Moscow's Luzhniki Stadium.