According to Gazzetta dello Sport, a meeting took place between AC Milan VP Adriano Galliani, Robinho, and his lawyer to negotiate the rescission of the Brazilian's contract.
Robinho's intentions are to sign with the new MLS franchise, Orlando City, and join his teammate Kaka in this American venture. Both Brazilian players are now in their thirties and are keen on the idea of retiring in America.
It has been rumored for quite some time that Kaka will be joining Orlando City; and after this report coming from Italy, his arrival appears more evident.
Orlando City will make its MLS debut not until the 2015 season, meaning Robinho will have to find another club if he wants to play next semester. According to the report, the Brazilian forward will find refuge in Flamengo before settling in Orlando.