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.
Since his move to the San Siro, the Brazilian has not had a happy time. He has already returned to Santos on loan spell once when he was at Manchester City. Once regarded as the next Pele, Robinho’s career has not kicked off in the right direction. His international career looked to be in tatters as a result of the poor time at Milan, but new boss Dunga has given him a lifeline by calling him for the squad that will be involved in friendly matches towards the end of March. Santos were interested in taking Robinho several times over the last few years, but they were unable to reach an agreement with Milan.
“Robinho will not return to Milan.We have an agreement with Santos until June, he’s very happy here, and there is not yet a solution for next year.We do not know what will happen after June, we’ve yet to find a solution,” said Robinho’s agent. It now appears that the contractual situation of the 31-year-old will facilitate an easy way back to Brazilian football where Santos are regarded as one of the top clubs in the country. The club are only involved in the State Championships now.