AC Milan forward Robinho: I love Santos but won't rule out playing for other Brazilian clubs
AC Milan forward Robinho has once again declared his love for former club Santos, but the striker has refused to rule out playing for other Brazilian clubs if he was to move back to his homeland.
Robinho, 28, is unhappy in Milan, despite scoring the only goal in their 1-0 victory over Juventus on Sunday, and revealed to Lancenet that he has received a number of offers from Brazilian clubs.
He said: "In football you never know about tomorrow, I'm a professional and I cannot say that I would not play for another team, but make it clear that Santos are the team I love.
"I have had offers from Grêmio, Atlético Mineiro and even a rival, São Paulo. Let's see what happens."
Despite these options, it still appears that the former Manchester City star would prefer to move back to Santos, for what would be a third time. A transfer would be complicated by the fee demanded by the Milan giants and also the players wages. Although a solution could be found by including midfielder Felipe Anderson, 19, in the deal, as he is a player Milan have scouted on numerous occasions this year.