Milan will look to offload Robinho during the January transfer market, reports the Gazzetta dello Sport.
The Brazilian is seen as surplus to requirements at the new Milan after hardly featuring for the Diavolo so far this term.
Injuries have restricted the international to just four Serie A games – and three of those have been as a substitute.
The man born in 1984 is being linked with a possible transfer to Santos, a club whom he has already enjoyed two spells with in the past.
The 28-year-old is tied to the San Siro outfit until 2014. He reportedly nets €4m a season – making him the club’s highest earner along with Philippe Mexes and Alexandre Pato.
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