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Robinho move still alive, according to agent

Robinho's move to Chelsea is still a possibility, says his representative. The Brazilian star has been linked with a move from Real Madrid to Stamford Bridge since Luiz Felipe Scolari took over as coach. Just this week Real Madrid looked to have slammed the door on the move and agent Wagner Ribeiro himself looked to have given up on the deal. But now Ribeiro claims claims the Spanish champions would accept a 40million euro (£31.6million) offer. Ribeiro told a Spanish radio station Onda Madrid that until the transfer window closes 'anything is possible', and that Madrid would accept a big-money offer for the player. 'I spoke with (Madrid sporting director) Pedja Mijatovic and with (Madrid president) Ramon Calderon and they told me that Robinho has to stay, that he cannot leave. 'So we cannot do anything because he has two years on his contract with Real Madrid,' Ribeiro said. 'Robinho never said that he is not happy at Madrid, but the fact is that he has a more interesting economic offer, that's all. 'Yes, I have to say that until August 31 anything is possible, until the transfer market closes we do not give this matter up as closed. 'The president Ramon Calderon has promised Robinho that if the club is presented with an offer of 40 million euros he will be allowed to leave.'

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