Milan After Robinho

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ROBINHO is followed by AC Milan.

The Brazilian arrived into Manchester City in the summer of 2008 from Real Madrid for a reported fee of €35mil, but according to the English Daily Mirror, the Rossoneri are preparing a half-price bid for the 26-year-old.

The Citizens have sent Robinho back to his Santos, where he first started playing and he enjoys every minute on the pitch since January 2010, after had a very disappointing year as a City player.

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With Ronaldinho’s future still uncertain, Milan are looking for a fast player on the wing, and they have reportedly targeted the Brazilian star.

The player’s advisors would like to see him in a big European club next season, and Milan could be the address. Signing Robinho has deficiency, as his wages are high (around £160,000 a week).

By Meytar Zeevi, Rossoneri Blog

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EE

Thanks but no thanks… Robinho is good, but it will be like having two Ronaldinho in one team = troubles

karal

I don’t know really…

Bas

He’s GREAT

man

Forza Milan! Bring Krasic, we don’t need Robinho…!

Valdan

Even Dzeko is better over Robinho…

michael

Hell no…

Tremendousice

Bring Krasic instead. And No Dzeko is not as good as Robinho just for the record.

jamil

bring on robinhoo

youngstar

dzeko hasnt reached robinho status yet far less for krasnic

Juann

He’s idial for milan we need a fast player on the wing who dares to bring the ball in the middle.
neither Dzeko as Krasic have the experiance he has.

yusuf

we want robihno at milan