The striker has been linked with a move back to Brazil.
Robinho’s agent has said that he wants AC Milan to lower their asking price for the Brazilian so that the striker can leave, with Santos and Cruzeiro thought to be interested, Goal.com reports.
Marisa Alija Ramos has said that the club need to stop asking for such a high transfer fee for Robinho and lower their demands so that he can leave the club.
“His situation is a bit complicated. His wages are reasonably high and Milan are asking for too much money,” said Ramos.
AC Milan are thought to be desperate to sell Robinho so that they can make room in their squad for other strikers, with Manchester City’s Carlos Tevez said to be top of their list of targets.
Milan’s vice-president Adriano Galliani has said that the club have had conversations with Santos about selling Robinho but that the strikers wage demands are too high for the Brazilian club.
Robinho began his career at Santos and is known to have an affinity with the club.
In 2005 he made the move to Europe, signing for Real Madrid then after falling out with the Spanish giants he moved to big spending Manchester City.
His time at the Etihad wasn’t particularly successful and he then moved on loan to Santos before signing permanently at AC Milan.