The 28-year-old has endured a frustrating campaign to date and failed to refind the form which saw the Rossoneri spend €18 million [£14.6m] on his signature back in 2010.
Rumours have continued to linger about his future at San Siro, with the Brazilian persistently linked with a move back to his homeland and his former club.
And Neymar admits that he would be delighted if his club could tempt Robinho back home, allowing him to partner his international team-mate up front.
"I am biased because he is my idol," the Selecao starlet told Xinhua."To have an idol back at the club would be something special.
"If the fans want him then I want him here too but ultimately it's the president [Luis Alvaro Ribeiro] who decides.
"I always want the best players to come to Santos, the doors are always open to good players."