Italian giants Milan will reportedly consider any offers for Brazilian striker Robinho this summer.
The forward could be made available for transfer after a problematic 2011-12 campaign which saw him score just six goals in 28 League games.
Robinho is one of the highest earners at the club given that the Diavolo pay out €6m a season in salary. He is contracted at San Siro until June 2014.
The former Real Madrid man joined the Italian outfit in the summer of 2010 after a spell in England with Manchester City.
Former club Santos have been linked with a swoop in the past, while Spanish club Malaga have the finances to make a €10m offer.
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