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  • Archive for July 18th, 2013

    Official: Robinho renews Milan contract to 2016

    ROBINHO HAS extended his contract by two years and is set to stay and be tied to the Rossoneri colours until 2016.

    One meeting was enough to decide the future Robinho. The lawyer and father/agent of the attacking Brazilian arrived to via Turati this afternoon to speak with Adriano Galliani and in the evening it’s been made official: Robinho stays and renews.

    After Robinho’s move to Santos had fallen through due to gaps between the Peixe and both Milan and Robinho, il Diavolo made it clear that the player will be going nowhere, and the 29-year-old signed the papers to keep him at Milan for long. (continue reading…)


    Robinho’s agents meet Milan: “He will stay, for now”

    ROBINHO’S ENTOURAGE has denied talking about a contract renewal with Milan and said the player will stay, for now.

    Robinho was supposed to move to Santos but the move fell through and the attacker is set to remain at Milan, thus ending the Rossoneri’s pursue after Adem Ljajic and today there was a meeting between Binho’s people and Milan.

    It was believed that the meeting would be about a contract renewal: the rumours were that Milan would offer Robinho another year of contract (until 2015) with his €4m salary being spread over the next two years, but his lawyer has denied it. (continue reading…)


    Allegri gets injured in Milan training session

    MASSIMILIANO ALLEGRI picked up a minor thigh injury when he trained with the team yesterday morning.

    An unusual thing happened in the training session on Wednesday (yesterday) morning as it was Massimiliano Allegri who had to withdraw the training session at Milanello complex due to an injury as his thigh raised a white flag. (continue reading…)


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