AC Milan forward Robinho has refused to rule out a summer return to Brazil amidst speculation linking him with Santos and Flamengo.
The Brazilian is no longer considered an important member of the squad at San Siro and the Rossoneri are prepared to let him leave the club in the summer.
A return to Brazil is the most likely destination, with his former club Santos and Flamengo both keen. Robinho was even on the verge of returning to Santos in January, but the deal failed to materialize.
Asked about rumours linking him with a switch to Flamengo, the 29-year-old admitted he is prepared to consider any offers.
“Flamengo? I have a great respect for the club, but I am still a Milan player,” Robinho explained to Mais.
“I am happy with the Rossoneri, but if they were to arrive, I will carefully study all the proposals.”
Robinho joined AC Milan in a big money move from Manchester City, but has failed to justify his hefty price tag.
He has made a total of 79 Serie A appearances for the Rossoneri and scored 22 goals in the process.