It has been claimed that the Brazil international is open to rejoining his old side on loan for a year but the former Real Madrid and Manchester City man says he is going nowhere
The 28-year-old's former employers are reportedly trying to bring the player back to Vila Belmiro on loan for a season and club president Luis Alvaro Ribeiro has claimed that the Brazil international is keen on the switch. However, Robinho insists that he is going nowhere.
“I know football and I know that when the end of the season arrives there is always a little exaggeration,” he told Milan Channel.
“But the truth is that I'm happy at Milan. I'm happy here and focused on my team and giving my best every day in training. I want to do really well for the Milan fans."
Robinho, who joined Milan from Manchester City in August 2010, still has two years to run on his current contract with the Rossoneri.