Robinho has rejected speculation that he will be leaving Milan at the end of the season. “These won’t be my last six games for the Rossoneri.”
The Brazilian has been linked with a move back to his homeland after he almost left the Diavolo during January.
“Who says that I am going back home in the summer?” Robinho stated in an interview with the Gazzetta dello Sport.
“I keep hearing this but I don’t know anything about it. January was a moment of difficulty for me, but that has passed.
“I’m very happy in Milan and I’m slowly finding my form. I want to stay here.
“For now I want to end the season well, play great next term and then it will be the time for a renewal. I can assure you that these won’t be my last six games in Rossonero.”
Milan are next in action on Sunday against Juventus, a side who the Diavolo beat thanks to a Robinho goal earlier in the season.
“I know the value of Juventus, they deserve first place but we can win in Turin,” added the 29-year-old. “We have the side to do that.
“We have to attack them and not allow them to play. Just like in the first game. We marked them well and moved the ball around quickly. It was the perfect game.”
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