AC Milan CEO confirms Olympiakos Robinho offerRobinho has won 92 Brazil caps
The AC Milan CEO, Adriano Galliani, has confirmed one club that has made an offer for in-demand striker Robinho, but insists it is Olympiakos of Greece and not Turkish side Besiktas.
Galliani told Sky Italia: "There's no offer from Besiktas, there's something from Brazil and Olympiakos. We just finished a meeting and we will update tomorrow."
"The market at the moment is geared towards a wide player if we part with Robonho. Inzaghi (head coach) wants left-footed players on the right hand side."
Brazil international Robinho, 30, has been linked with a host of clubs in the past couple of weeks, including Besiktas and Flamengo, and is widely expected to leave the San Siro this summer after four seasons with the European giants.
He failed to burst into Luiz Felipe Scolari's 2014 World Cup squad, despite many calls for his experience and unique ability to play a part for the host nation.