Brazilian striker tempted by move to Brazilian side.
AC Milan striker Robinho could be set for a return to his homeland this summer according to Tutto Mercato Web.
The Brazilian forward is known to be keen on a return to his homeland and is widely expected to move to his boyhood club Santos.
The Brazilian side were reportedly close to securing a deal for the player during the January transfer window only for negotiations to break down at the last minute.
Robinho has since seen himself further slide down the San Siro pecking order after AC Milan signed Mario Balotelli.
Robinho has since found his first team opportunities limited as he currently finds himself left out of the starting eleven in favour of Balotelli, Stephan El Sharaaway and M’Baye Niang.
That has reaffirmed Robinho’s desire to leave the club at the end of the season and the player is likely to be granted his wish by the club.
Santos have confirmed they will re-enter the race for the player’s signature as they look to pair the striker with Brazilian wonderkid Neymar.
But in a surprising turn of events, it has been suggested that Rio Di Janeiro side Flamengo may look to offer the player an alternative route back to Brazil.