Robinho taken off transfer list at AC Milan
AC Milan have made Robinho unavailable for transfer after talks with Santos broke down over the valuation of the player.
Vice-president Adriano Galliani travelled to Brazil to meet Santos officials in order to thrash out a deal but has now returned to Italy without a deal being concluded for the striker.
Galliani told Milan's official website: "All negotiations to sell Robinho are over, he has been withdrawn from the market.
"He wanted to go back to Santos but neither Robinho nor Milan could reach a financial agreement with the Brazilian club.
"I called president [Silvio] Berlusconi to let him know and we are both happy that the player will stay. Robinho is happy too as he didn't really want to leave Milan, but to return home.
"He has been withdrawn from the market and we are left with five strikers."
This comes after reports that AC Milan rejected an improved €9m offer from Santos as well as their original €7.5m bid.
Milan had demanded a sum of €10m for the former Manchester City forward but it seems that there are no clubs willing to match the asking price.
Source: Sky Sports