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Marisa Ramos, the agent of Robinho, is not sure what would be the destination of the Brazilian superstar in the next season.
Robinho who is presently a part of the Italian side AC Milan was rumoured to be set to take an away transfer quite a few weeks ago, but, Ramos yesterday said that no transfer talks with any club are going on at this point of time.
Ramos was interviewed by an Italian news channel yesterday. When he was asked if Robinho is heading somewhere this summer or he would stay with the Rossoneri, he said, “I have no idea. I can’t assure you anything right now. But, one thing that I want to make clear here is that we have not been in touch with any club around the world regarding his transfer.”
When asked whether he has talked to the Milan officials, Ramos said, “Yes, I have. I actually talk to them quite often and so does Robinho. But, nothing has been decided as yet.”
The reports had come through some time back that a couple of Brazilian clubs including Flamengo are looking to get Robinho signed, but, Flamengo recently has confirmed that they are not in the race for securing the services of the player.
Robinho had actually started his senior career in Brazil. The first club that he played for at the senior level was Santos. After featuring for them for three years, he signed for Real Madrid and since then, he has been playing away.
The forward had returned back to Santos on loan from Manchester City in 2010, but, he stayed there for 6 months only before being sold to AC Milan.
Robinho has made close to 500 appearances for various clubs all over the world and has scored more than 150 goals.
The future of Brazilian striker Robinho continues to be a matter of debate after it is widely expected that he will leave AC Milan in the summer. However, there has been no announcement regarding his next destination, which has led to speculation that he may stay at the San Siro once again. Robinho was once regarded as the successor to Pele as the best Brazilian. However, his career has struggled to take off in the manner everyone expected. After several years at Real Madrid and Manchester city, he is at the stage in his career when talk about returning to Brazil comes up often.
Robinho has been linked with the likes of Santos and Botafogo in recent months. He came close to leaving the club in the January transfer window. After having joined Milan for around £ 15 million from Manchester City, Robinho went through his first spell at the club last season. The 30-year-old managed to score just five goals in 32 appearances last season. He has been playing at Milan since the 2010-11 season, although he did spend a brief time on loan at Santos in 2010. Now, it looks as if he will return to Brazil permanently. Milan are expected to sell most of their forwards like Balotelli and Kaka.
“I do not know yet if he will remain next season. Santos and Botafogo? No, there is nothing going on with them. If I have spoken with Milan? Yes, I constantly speak with the club; as does my client, to make sure all the day-to-day requirements are met,” said the agent of the striker. It is expected that he will return to Brazil, but in order to do so, he will have to drop his wage demands. Despite the booming Brazilian league, his wage demands cannot be supported by the Brazilian clubs right now.
While the 2014 World Cup might still be relatively young, Mexico stopper Guillermo Ochoa has already put himself in contention as the tournament’s best goalkeeper after his inspired performance against Brazil. With much of the talk so far in this World Cup being the amount of goals being scored, it says something about Ochoa’s performance that you’d have been hard pressed to find someone bored after watching the goalless draw.
Ochoa kept a clean sheet in Mexico’s 1-0 victory over Cameroon, although took until the 90th minute before the keeper was tested, but the was somewhat busier in Mexico’s second Group A game against Brazil. While the hosts dominated large spells of the game, there was nothing Neymar, Fred, Oscar et al could do to find a way past an inspired Ochoa in the Mexican goal. Read the rest of this entry »
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