Report: Milan forward Robinho could terminate his contract to move to new Major League Soccer franchise Orlando City
Milan forward Robinho could be set for a move to new Major League Soccer franchise Orlando City, according to reports.
Italian sports daily La Gazzetta dello Sport claims the Brazil international has met with Milan vice-president Adriano Galliani to discuss the possibility of terminating his contract.
The 30 year-old has been a bit-part player with the Rossoneri this season - he’s made just 15 starts in Serie A - and is believed to be open to the idea of joining Orlando City, who will be a part of Major League Soccer from 2015.
“Robinho hopes to finish his career in the United States,” states La Gazzetta dello Sport, as reported by mlssoccer.com. “Evidently, the striker is ready to accept the idea of an extended vacation before the change of footballing continent.”
Robinho is not the only Milan player to be strongly linked with a switch to Orlando. Kaká, who has a clause in his contract allowing him to move on this summer, is also believed to be interesting the Lions.