AC Milan have received a boost ahead of the new campaign with the news that Robinho has signed a new contract that will keep the forward at San Siro until June 2016.
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AC Milan have renewed the contract of Brazilian forward Robinho keeping him at the San Siro until June 2016.
The 29-year-old former Real Madrid CF and Manchester City FC player, capped 90 times by Brazil, joined the Rossoneri in 2010 and has scored 22 times in 85 Serie A outings, helping them to the Scudetto in 2010/11.
Robinho has appeared 18 times in the UEFA Champions League for Milan scoring three times for the club who will enter this season's competition at the play-off stage after finishing third in Serie A last term.