Robinho is rubbing his hands together at the prospect of signing a contract with Milan, but that depends on Marco Borriello, who won't join Juventus on loan, but will accept a permanent deal.
The Brazilian arrived in Milan for his medical with the club and declared his position and optimism over joining the Italian club from Manchester City.
"I am very happy and I hope that all goes well and i can enjoy success with Milan. I hope I can show our attack will be strong," Robinho told the press.
"I Haven't spoken to Alexandre Pato or Ronaldindinho. I am very happy and I hope that all goes well.
"I am happy. I want to play with Milan because they are an excellent squad. I want to win the Scudetto."
But, Sky Sport Italia claim Milan sources have noted that the deal for Robinho cannot go through unless Borriello joins Juventus.
As things stand Milan have an agreement with both Manchester City and Robinho.
But, Borriello has spoken to Juventus and told them he will only join them on a permanent deal, ruling out Roma who were interested in the hitman, but they don't have the funds to sign him on those terms.
Borriello told Sky Sport Italia: "I will only accept a permanent move."
The emphasis now is with Juventus, Borriello and Milan to consider a permanent deal, the only solution to ensuring Robinho completes his move. Juve and Milan are also set to negotiate a swap deal this afternoon that will see Fabio Grosso and Kakhaber Kaladze swap sides.