Robinho has joined Milan to complete a potent strike force after their late transfer window activity.
Milan have completeld the signing of Robinho from Manchester City on a four-year deal, the Serie A club confirmed via their official website on Tuesday.
“AC Milan communciates it has acquired the player Robinho, outright from Manchester City. The Brazilian has signed a contract with the Rossoneri club for four years,” read the statement.
The player has successfully undergone a medical and the Rossoneri will reportedly pay in the region of €15 million for his services, although the fee was officially undisclosed at the time of the announcement.
Robinho became a bit-part figure at Eastlands last season, eventually securing a move on loan back to his homeland with Santos.
Sky quoted the player as saying, “I am a Milan player,” confirming the move from the Citizens to the San Siro.
The Brazilian international will link up with Ronaldinho, Zlatan Ibrahimovic, and Alexandre Pato to form one of the most exciting attacks in Europe this season.