Friday, 19th April, 2013
AC Milan forward Robinho has blasted speculation that he is leaving the Italian giants at the end of the season to return to his homeland, Brazil.
There was talk that Alexandre Pato and Robinho wanted to leave the Serie A giants in December, and although Pato was sold to Corinthians in January, Milan shut the door for the 29-year-old Robinho.
"In January I had a difficult time, but it has passed. I am quite happy at Milan and slowly, I’m finding my best form. I want to stay here”, the Brazil forward, who wanted to return to Santos, told Gazzetta dello Sport.
Indeed, Robinho has stamped on the suggestion he will head back to Brazil.
“Who said I’m coming home at the end of the season? I keep hearing this but know nothing about it!”
The former Manchester City striker has a contract at Milan until 2014.
He has scored two goals in 18 Serie A appearances so far this season.
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