Santos midfielder Paulo Henrique Ganso has urged his club to leave him out of any deal for Manchester City striker Robinho, saying that the Barclays Premier League club is not big enough for him.
Paulo Henrique has progressed through the ranks at Santos and is ranked as one of the most exciting prospects in Brazilian football. Club president Luis Alvaro Ribeiro has revealed that the deal being thrashed out with City to bring Robinho back to Santos could allow the English team first refusal on talented youngsters Paulo Henrique and Neymar.
But the 20-year-old insists that is not what he wants and told Globo Esporte: "I don't want to play for Manchester City. I would prefer to play for a big club in Europe, such as AC Milan, Real Madrid or Barcelona."
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