AC Milan vice-president Adriano Galliani has made the sale of Robinho a priority.Tuttosport says Milan desperately need the cash to fund their own transfer plans, which include a deal for Manchester City striker Carlos Tevez.

So, Galliani has been given the brief to find a buyer for Robinho, after failing to secure his sale in January, despite flying to Brazil for talks with the likes of Santos and Sao Paulo.

Santos remain keen, but their offer falls over €2 million short of Milan's valuation.

Russia and France could be potential destinations for the former Real Madrid and Manchester City winger.