Milan could be set to swoop for Robinho before the transfer window closes tomorrow. Rossoneriblog reports that Manchester City could be willing to let go of the 26-year old for just €10 million to trim their squad to meet the new limitations set to be introduced this week.
Vicenzo Morabito, the FIFA agent involved in the potential deal, confirmed that Robinho's move to Italy is very possible, "Robinho to Milan is one absolutely feasible negotiation," said Morabito.
"The Brazilian [Robinho] is not in the plans of Manchester City and Milan have a deal that is already in place. It only remains to see if he will arrive now or in January," Moribato explained.
If the samba star arrives it would almost certainly mean the exit door for one of Milan's current forwards, most likely Marco Borriello. The 28-year old was already considering his future after the Rossoneri signed Zlatan Ibrahimovic from Barcelona.
"Maybe I am leaving. Juve [Juventus]? Don't rule it out, I wil talk with my agent tomorrow," Borriello said.
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