Robinho agent says he wont Return to AC Milan

Robinho’s agent has confirmed that his client will not be returning back to AC Milan when his loan spell with Santos comes to an end in the summer. The Brazilian star moved back to his first club on a loan spell.

This was a second loan spell at Santos and it appears that he may be set to stay at the club on a permanent basis. He will be unable to play throughout the 2015 season if he is recalled by Milan. However, the player’s agent has suggested that his client is more likely to release from his Milan days once and for all.

Flamengo going through Brilliant Form

Brazilian outfit Flamengo have been on a spectacular run of form over the last few weeks, which have seen them only suffer one defeat in the last five matches.

However, they crashed to yet another defeat after a poor performance against Botafogo. Eduardo da Silva has been quite impressive for the club since returning back Brazilian football. He has scored eight goals in just 10 league starts this season. He was once again on the scoresheet against Botafogo, but this goal came a little too late for the club that is fighting to stay in touch with the table leaders.

Robinho may not return to European football

Former Manchester City and Real Madrid striker Robinho says that there is no possibility of a return to European football, especially with AC Milan.

The forward once had aspirations of becoming the best player in the world, but his career has not exactly gone in the same direction. After spending only a couple of years at the likes of City and Milan, he returned to Brazilian football with the club where he started his career – Santos. He is on loan from Milan, but with his contract set to expire at the end of the season, he is almost certain to stay here.

Robinho wants to emulate Neymar's success with Santos

Santos is a Brazilian club where both Neymar and Robinho signed their first professional club and made their way into the youth academy of the team before making their name and joining a top club. Neymar went on to join Barcelona while Robinho travelled to Real Madrid.
After making impressive performance in the youth team of Santos, Neymar and Robinho attracted the attention of major European clubs which were willing to offload hefty price tags in order to sign them.
Neymar has so far lived up to all the expectations that originated when he moved to Barcelona as the Brazilian attacker is a consistent performer and helps out the Spanish team in scoring goals by playing alongside Lionel Messi and have turned into a reliable source of goals.

Ferdinand Claims He Still Supports United To Win

Former Manchester United defender Rio Ferdinand has claimed that he is still backed his former club to win the league title this season. United lost on opening day of the season to Swansea at Old Trafford. This is in addition to manager Louis van Gaal saying after the match that the team’s confidence has been shattered following this defeat. Ferdinand has been part of numerous title winning teams with Manchester United after moving to the club for a then club record £ 30 million in 2002. The experience of having won these titles appears to have thought him that the title is not lost after the opening game of the season.

Galliani Confirms Robinho Wants To leave

AC Milan vice president Adriano Galliani has confirmed that Brazilian striker Robinho wants to leave the club and join Orlando City in the footsteps of Kaka. Milan recently released Brazilian superstar Kaka from his contract and it allowed the former Real Madrid midfielder to join newly formed MLS franchise, Orlando. The club will not be playing until the start of 2015. As a result, Kaka will be spending the next six months on loan at Brazilian club São Paulo where he started his career. Robinho has been long linked with a move away from Milan and it appears that it will materialise this summer.

Robinho Unlikely To Move To Estadio do Maracana

The vice president of Flamengo, Mr. Wallim Vasconcellos, has said that the Brazilian forward Robinho who is currently a player of the Italian club AC Milan is unlikely to make a move to Estadio do Maracana this summer.

Robinho had not been prolific for Milan in the last season and in all likelihood, he would be put on sale by them in the upcoming transfer window. There were reports that Flamengo is interested in the 30-year old and he might be making his way back to his motherland Brazil, but, now after Vasconcellos’ statement, it doesn’t seem to be happening.

Robinho is also believed to have been approached by the American club Orlando City which is going to start participating in Major League Soccer from the next season.

Robinho Played Less and Less

Ac.Milan was the last European top club that Ronaldinho played in before returning to Brazil as he joined Flamengo and now is a performer in Atletico Mineiro. The Brazilian midfielder wanted to finish the last few years of his career playing in some of the local clubs of his native country and it seems like Robinho is going down the same path.

Robinho made his way to Ac.Milan on August of 2010 as the Italian team offloaded €15 million in order to secure his services and during his debut season in Serie A, he made 34 appearances but ever since then Robinho has been featured in less and less matches.

The former Manchester City player has never really made a significant impact in Ac.Milan which is why a large number of his appearances come as a substitute player as he is not the first choice option not only for Clarence Seedorf but for the previous manager Massimiliano Allegri.


Former Manchester City forward Robinho has stated that he is hoping to be part of the Brazil squad for the World Cup 2014. The AC Milan striker has been going through a poor spell – as well as his club – in Italian Serie A this season. As a result, he is in danger of losing his spot in the national team. His position is currently occupied by Barcelona superstar Neymar, who could be there for the next decade. As a result, even if Robinho goes with the team, he will only be a substitute or second choice striker to Neymar.


Robinho went from being praised as the next Pele to a player that is fortunate if he is just able to get a place into the starting lineup of any club he joins. This was the case when he played for Manchester City a few years ago and now that he is an Ac.Milan player things aren’t very different.

After not being able to perform at the same level of what his expectations were, he was offloaded from Manchester City to Ac.Milan with a price tag of £15 million and now with Clarence Seedorf in charge of the Italian club, Robinho has not secured a spot in the starting lineup of the new coach.

Rumors started spreading around since last season regarding the future of the Brazilian player as he has already stated that he would like to make a move back to his childhood club Santos and finish the last few years of his career in Brazil.

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