AC Milan forward Robinho could reportedly be the next Diavolo player to make a move to the MLS after Kaka’s recently completed transfer to Orlando City.
The 30-year-old had been strongly linked with an exit from the Serie A side throughout the 2013-14 season and it seems he may be joining fellow Brazilian and former Milan team-mate Kaka in the North American league in the near future.
According to Sky Sport Italia, Robinho’s style of play doesn’t fit the tactics of new Rossoneri boss Filippo Inzaghi which could force his departure from the San Siro outfit this summer, with his most probable destination being the United States.
Kaka has also recently spoken to the press about the striker’s future and suggested that he could be one of the next players to join a Major League Soccer team ahead of the 2015 season.
Robinho, who arrived at AC Milan from Manchester City in 2010, scored three goals and provided five assists in his 23 Serie A appearances for the club last term.