Robinho is on loan at Santos and they would like to keep him but there are conflicting reports as to whether they’ve made an official offer.
Binho joined Santos on a year-long loan deal which expires on June 2015 but he’s unlikely to actually ever play for the Diavolo again as Santos are interested in keeping the aging forward.
“We can pay in installments or give percentages of some players,” Santos President, Modesto Roma Junior, told ESPN this week. “Milan helped us with the salary of Robinho until December 31st but now we’re paying it entirely by ourselves.”
According to Lancenet, Santos have made two offers to sign Robinho: one is to extend the loan to another year and the other a permanent purchase. However, the Brazilian portal claims Milan haven’t given an answer as there is a clause in Robinho’s contract which allows Milan to negotiate the sale of the player to another team without consulting Santos if they were to receive an offer.
Milannews.it states that as far as they know no offer has been made by Santos. Robinho has expressed desire to stay but in any case the Milan fans shouldn’t worry – Binho won’t return.