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.

Robinho is consistently being linked with moves away from Ac.Milan and his agent, Marisa Ramos revealed details concerning the future of his client.

“Robinho has a contract until 2016. Contracts are made to be broken? Certainly, but agreements can also be found between the two parties. Milan has the opportunity anyhow to evaluate his season. True, Robinho loves Santos, but first and foremost he is a professional. Had he simply been a fan then he would never have left Santos, but there are market conditions that lead to other roads. It is clear that the affection remains, and Santos would be the first choice, but you must always consider where there are the conditions.” Ramos said during a press conference.

Ac.Milan is expected to do a series of changes in the squad with a number of players rumored to be leaving the Italian club.