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Saturday July 6 2013
Robinho 'could stay at Milan'

Robinho’s lawyer confirms negotiations continue with Santos, but “I cannot rule out his stay at Milan.”

The striker is out of contract in June 2014 and the Rossoneri are in a rush to sell, particularly as the Brazilian transfer window closes on July 15.

“Milan proposed two figures for the sale: one minimum and one maximum,” representative Marisa Ramos told Lancenet.

“We have now taken that information to Santos, who will reflect and present their own offer.

“The negotiations are therefore open. He would be very happy to return to Brazil, but he is also happy in Italy and I cannot rule out his stay at Milan.”

Vice-President Adriano Galliani again stated today that Milan would not be buying any more forwards until Robinho is sold.

It is reported the Rossoneri lowered their demands to €8.5m from an original €10m, but that Santos refuse to pay more than €6m.

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