Brazilian forward Robinho has agreed a new two-year deal to remain with AC Milan, the Italian club have confirmed.
The 29-year-old was widely expected to leave AC Milan this summer after falling out of favour with manager Massimiliano Allegri. It did, in fact, appear that he'd be returning to boyhood club Santos, before the deal broke down in the final stages.
The move broke down last week and, as a result, AC Milan took the former Manchester City star off of the transfer list and opened talks over his immediate future.
Robinho has made 112 appearances for the Rossoneri, scoring on 27 occasions. During his time with the Milan outfit, he has won one Scudetto and one Supercoppa.
Robinho now hopes to force his way back into the team and contribute towards the collection of further silverware after penning the extension.
His new deal is set to expire on the 30 June 2015.
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