Brazil coach Dunga has handed an international recall to former Real Madrid striker Robinho for football friendlies against Colombia and Ecuador.
Brazilian star Robinho left AC Milan for Santos on loan Thursday, rejoining the club where he started his career in 2002.
Former Brazil football star Robinho is close to returning to his former club Santos on a year-long loan from Italian giants AC Milan.
AC Milan got off to a winning start in front of new boss Clarence Seedorf with a comfortable 3-1 victory over Spezia at the San Siro to move into the quarter-finals of the Italian Cup on Wednesday.
Teenaged striker Domenico Berardi scored four goals for Sassuolo in a 4-3 win over AC Milan to steal the limelight from new Rossoneri midfielder Keisuke Honda.
Santos have resumed talks with AC Milan over a deal to repatriate their former idol Robinho.
AC Milan winger Robinho is set to replace Diego Costa in Brazil`s squad to play Honduras and Chile in international friendlies next month, according to media reports.
Robinho has pledged his commitment to AC Milan after signing a new contract and says he is eager to make the new season a success.
AC Milan announced that Brazilian star Robinho has extended his contract with the club until the summer of 2016.
Santos have blamed Robinho`s high salary demands for the club`s failure to lure the AC Milan winger back to Brazil.
The president of the Brazilian club has revealed they are weighing up the financial demands of AC Milan and the former Manchester City man.
The former Selecao coach admitted his interest in signing the AC Milan forward this summer.
Brazilian football Santos have revealed they will resume their pursuit of AC Milan winger Robinho during the European summer transfer window.
AC Milan CEO Adriano Galliani has insisted that Robinho is happy with life at the Rossoneri and will only leave the club for Santos if he were to return to Brazil.
AC Milan attacker Robinho is confident that Mario Balotelli will succeed with the Rossoneri and help the team move in the right direction.
AC Milan football club vice president Adriano Galliani has confirmed that Robinho turned down offers from Brazil and would stay with the Rossoneri.
The Manchester City striker has indicated to his representatives that he is ready to leave the Etihad Stadium, with the Italian giants finalising their plan to recruit the forward.
Three Flamengo directors met AC Milan vice president Adriano Galliani to discuss a potential deal for Brazil striker Robinho.
The AC Milan coach says the Brazilian will not be allowed to leave in the upcoming transfer window and is hoping his side can go far in the Coppa Italia this season
Peixe are keen to bring the forward back to his homeland, but admit that it will be difficult to strike a deal due to financial differences
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