Robinho says that he would be open to the possibility of returning to Brazilian football

Former Manchester City and AC Milan winger Robinho says that he would be open to the possibility of returning to Brazilian football once his contract with Guangzhou Evergrande comes to an end.

The 31-year-old has already played in several leagues across the world. However, he has been the happiest when playing in his home country of Brazil. He has frequently tried to stretch his wings as far as possible. This attitude raised a lot of surprises since it led to his move to Guangzhou Evergrande just when it seemed that he was back in Brazil for good.

Neymar says he was absolutely fascinated by Robinho

The Barcelona star Neymar says he was absolutely fascinated by Robinho as a kid growing up

Neymar got himself into the first team of Santos only when Robinho had left the club, but, he got the opportunity to play alongside his role model when Robinho returned to Vila Belmiro in 2010 on loan.

Later on, the two of them played a bit of Football together for Selecao too.

Talking about Robinho in an interview, Neymar said, “He is someone whom I have idolized right from my childhood and I consider myself really privileged to have shared the changing room with him. He is a legend.”

Robinho has played for top clubs in England, Spain and Italy and is currently in China where he is being a part of Guangzhou Evergrande.

Although, he hasn’t been a World Cup winner so far, but, his CV includes a lot of club as well as international titles including La Liga and Copa America.

Jamie Redknapp believes that new signing Memphis Depay produce a world-class playe

Former Liverpool winger Jamie Redknapp believes that new Manchester United signing Memphis Depay has all the attributes designed to produce a world-class player, but he questions whether the Dutch international would be a success at Old Trafford.Depay was a transfer target for almost every top club in Europe.

Paris St Germain were thought to be moving close to sign the player and this led to United jumping and before anybody else. The transfer was sealed well before the end of last season for a fee of £ 25 million. He comes from the Dutch league, which often exaggerates the statistics of players.

Arabian Gulf League outfit Bani Yas are close to completing the signing of Robinho

Arabian Gulf League outfit Bani Yas are close to completing the signing of Robinho on a two-year contract.

The club had been in talks with the Brazilian star for almost 3 weeks now. Just when it was thought that an impasse had been reached,Bani Yasvice-chairman Mubarak Awad Bin Mahroum claimed in a recent interview that talks have been progressing well and that the player should sign in the next couple of days. Robinho will be signed from AC Milan without a transfer fee, as it is thought that the Italian club are just happy to get the player off the books.

Robinho tells Ac.Milan that he wants to stay at Santos

Robinho has not played a single match for Ac.Milan in this season as the Brazilian is currently playing for Santos after having signed a one year long loan deal with his childhood club

The Brazilian player has stated that he does not desire making a return to the Italian club and wants to continue performing with Santos. Robinho is hoping that a deal between Ac.Milan and Santos will be made.

Santos has the option of turning the loan deal of Robinho into a permanent one and this what the 31 year old player is wishing to occur. The president of Santos, Modesto Junior if flying to Italy as he is going to meet with the head officials of Ac.Milan and see what can be worked out involving Robinho.

Robinho expressed his desire to remain at Santos as he told reporters: I am proud to have worn the shirt of AC Milan, but at the right time I will speak with general manager AdrianoGalliani. Santos is my home.When the time is right, I'll talk with Galliani. Santos is my home.’’

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.

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