ROBINHO IS almost all set to leave Milan and join Santos on a loan deal for one season.
Kevin Constant is ready to leave Milan in the next days as Trabzonspor confirmed a financial agreement has been found between them and the Rossoneri (€2.5 million according to Sky Italia’s Di Marzio) and all he needs to do now is fly back to Italy – which will happen soon – and agree terms with the Turkish club. It now seems that Robinho is also very close to leaving Milan.
The Brazilian has a big offer from Dubai but in the last hours, Santos intensified their interest in the former player and according his lawyer, Marisa Ramos, much progress has been made.
“There has been important progress and now we are down to details. There is a great chance Robinho could return to Santos,” she told Lancenet this evening. “We are analyzing everything calmly, considering the financial and sporting aspects, plus obviously the love Robinho has for Santos. I have always made it clear we were analyzing every possibility without ruling anything out.” Robinho is expected to join Santos on loan for one season – until June 30 2015.
The contract of the 31-year-old only expires in 2016 so next summer Milan will have to try and move him again (maybe to the Major League Soccer). Once Robinho leaves, Milan will be able to move in the mercato and get a left-footed winger.