Rio de Janeiro – Robinho is now no longer graced European football. Since last summer it grazed in his home country, Brazil, with Santos and so far has no plans to go anywhere including a return to AC Milan.
Brazilian striker 31-year-old is actually still owned by Milan until the summer of 2016 – after he extended his contract with the Rossoneri in July 2013.
However, Robinho is no longer in uniform Milan since the summer of 2014 after he was loaned to Santos, his first professional club, under a loan contract duration of one year. Milan also still menggajinya by 40% in the deal.
With the loan contract will expire, the former Real Madrid and Manchester City, confirms the desire to survive in Santos instead of turning to Milan or defending another Brazilian club – which he claims was also interested in him.
“There are other Brazilian clubs who glances because they know there are problems with Santos,” Robinho said as quoted by Football Italia.
“With all humility, I must say that it is only natural if any clubs are looking for players as good as me, but I want to stay here.”
“I am a professional and I think it was the best for my career. I know that in football things can change quickly, and anything can happen, but I want to stay at Santos.”
“Of course this depends on the compensation of the status (to Milan), but my desire is to survive, not just another year but longer than that,” he said.