Robinho has declared that he is happy at AC Milan. The 29 year old Brazilian international winger declared that he expects to play for Milan next season. “Our objective is third place and we hope to wrap that up as soon as Sunday against Roma. I’m in good shape and let’s hope that we’ll be [...]Read Full Story
Once they arrive, there will always be a time when they get to leave…
We may have said it over hundred times, but Alexandre Pato is on the verge of sealing a transfer to Corinthians from Milan – now according to the player’s agent.
The 23-year-old is eager to return to his home country following a difficult period in the Italian city, having suffered from a string of injuries in recent seasons. He has scored two goals in seven appearances for Milan this season and his agent has confirmed that...Read Full Story
Former Real Madrid and Manchester City star will not go for his third spell outside of Europe…
Italian journalist Gianluca Di Marzo revealed that Robinho is set to stay at Milan, as former side Santos and the Serie A club haven’t managed to reach an agreement on the sale.
Santos have reportedly abandoned the negotiations as a result of Milan’s high demands. The Brazilian giant were keen to land Robinho, offering €7 million, but the Rossoneri have reportedly asked for a €10 million fee.
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The Brazilian striker may see the exit door earlier than planned…
Milan forward Robinho has once again hinted at a possible move back to Brazil during the upcoming transfer window. He recently spoke of a homecoming in January, with several clubs, including former employers Santos, keen on his services.
Robinho, who has plodded through the season due to various injuries, has never hid his desire to one day return to Santos. But the 28-year-old doesn’t seem to be picky on where he may end up...Read Full Story
Just a few days ago, Brazilian club Santos FC revealed that they were keen on resigning their former player Robinho. It seems like the comment from their president has sparked rumours that the AC Milan star could move back to his native Brazil.
Robinho who scored a brilliant goal (which was voted goal of the week) against Catania has come out to say that he intends to finish his career with the Italian giants.
Speaking to Italian daily Corrie dello Sport, Robinho was quoted as saying that he...Read Full Story
Robinho (born January 25, 1984) is a professional football player who competes for Brazil in World Cup soccer. Robinho is a forward and is 5'7" and weighs 132 pounds. Brazil was in Group G for World Cup 2010.