Robinho is reportedly set to be offered a new contract by Real Madrid as his agent hints the Brazilian could leave for a reduced fee next year.
The forward has complained that he has felt marginalised at the club this summer following Real’s pursuit of Cristiano Ronaldo.
Chelsea have made two bids for the forward, with reports claiming the Premier League club will offer Robinho a €6million salary.
Wagner Ribeiro, the player’s agent, believes that his client could stay at the Bernabeu and leave next summer for a reduced fee as he would only have a year left on his contract.
“Robinho has felt slightly ignored in some aspects, but he is happy with his team-mates and with Schuster. He loves Madrid,” Ribeiro told AS.
“(President Ramon) Calderon told us that he would not leave for €100m. They are doing with Robinho what Manchester United have done with Cristiano Ronaldo.
“If he stays next year he would be able to leave for a lot smaller fee than the €32m (£25m) now on offer from Chelsea.”
Madrid’s sporting director Predrag Mijatovic is set to fly back to the Spanish capital this weekend to hold negotations with Robinho and his agent over a new deal.
However, Marca claim that Real president Calderon would be willing to let Robinho leave, if Chelsea offer €40million.