After very long speculation and time on the transfer list, AC Milan’s Robinho could finally find himself making a move away from the San Siro.
According to Gazzetta dello Sport, Robinho could be on his way to the United States in a move to the MLS, joining teammate and fellow Brazilian, Kakà, stateside.
Robinho has reportedly been linked with a move to Orlando City to join Kaka. Also interested in the 30-year-old Brazilian striker are the Los Angeles Galaxy, Chicago Fire and New England Revolution.
Robinho’s departure would free up wages and give Milan more money to deal with as they pursue other transfer targets.
With interest growing in Hellas Verona’s Itrube, Milan have also switched focus to Torino’s Alessio Cerci who could become the next member of the Rossoneri thanks to incoming coach, Filippo Inzaghi.
According to Sport Mediaset, Adriano Galliani met to talk with Torino president, Urbano Cairo this morning.
Cerci would not come cheap as the 26-year-old Italian is considered to be worth €20 million. The price may be one to pay as Inzaghi supposedly would like to build the new 4-3-3 formation around Stephan El Shaarawy, Mario Balotelli and Cerci.
The Italian winger was a part of a deadly combo of attack last season for Torino as he scored 13 times in 36 Serie A appearances before heading to Brazil for the 2014 World Cup with Italy.