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No Milan contact for City star, says agent

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Robinho’s agent has denied AC Milan have contacted him over a potential move for Manchester City striker Robinho.

Juan Figer also revealed another of his players, Liverpool’s Fabio Aurelio, looks certain to be leaving England while Julio Baptista could be joining Premier League side Tottenham Hotspur.

Figer told Calciomercato.it: “Milan have never contacted me for Robinho, but they did call me for another player.”

The player in question is Goias defender Rafael Toloi but Milan could face competition from Palermo for his signature.

Robinho, who was subject of a British record £32.5 million move to Eastlands last summer, has spent the second half of the year on loan at Santos and has made it clear he does not want to return to Manchester.

On Aurelio, Figer said: “He will be out of contract in the summer, so we’ll see what happens over the next few weeks. At the moment I wouldn’t rule out Olympiakos and Panathanaikos.

“I have also had contact with an Italian club. It’s not Milan or Roma, bit I cannot tell you who it is.”

Former Arsenal striker Baptista has recently been linked with North London rivals Spurs and Figer added: “We’ll see, Julio’s future will be decided after the World Cup.

“He has an important contract with Roma, but everything is possible. He wants to find a club where he’d have more playing time,” he added.

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