Netease Sports reported on October 17:
On October 10, local time, Robinho, 36, returned to his former club Santos. But only 6 days later, Robinho was released. On October 16, local time, Santos and Robinho jointly issued a document stating that the cooperation between the two parties ended in advance.
Brazil Global Sports pointed out that Robinho was terminated this time because of a one-time invasion in 2013. Robinho played for
Global Sports pointed out that after Santos signed Robinho, the club has been under pressure from sponsors and fans, and even sponsors have even withdrawn their funds. The new crown epidemic has already had a huge economic impact on Santos. Considering the risk of the sponsor’s divestment, Santos had to terminate the contract with Robinho.
In the official announcement, Santos wrote: “Santos and Robinho have reached an agreement and the two sides have decided to cancel the contract signed on October 10th, so that the players themselves can focus on defending themselves in the Italian judicial process.”
Robinho also bid farewell to Santos on social networks: "I am very sad, I want to tell everyone that I was terminated at the hardest moment of my life. I always hope to help Santos, if my departure can help Santos, Then I will be happy to leave and I will focus on my own affairs. For Santos fans and those who love me, I will prove my innocence."