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Santos striker Robinho has apologised for talking to a Spanish journalist about a potential move to Real Madrid.
The talented Brazilian is reportedly a target for both the Spanish giants and Chelsea but has now conceded that he was foolish to talk in such a candid fashion about his future.
Robinho's mother is currently at the mercy of kidnappers and Robinho admits he should be concentrating his thoughts on ensuring her safety.
Brazilian super-kid Robinho has played down talk of a move to Arsenal.
The Santos starlet is focusing on helping his club win the Copa Libertadores but The Gunners sent representatives to Sunday's domestic league clash with Atletico Mineiro and they were accompanied by the player's agent Wagner Ribeiro.
Real Madrid remain favourites to snare the South American prodigy when he decides to embark on a career in Europe, but reports of interest from Arsene Wenger could see the chase hot up.
Brazilian wonderkid Robinho admits that Arsenal have been in contact with his representatives about a sensational move for the Santos man.
Robinho has long been touted as the next big star to emerge from the historically football rich grounds of Brazil, and both Real Madrid and Chelsea are believed to hold a strong interest.
The 21-year-old has broken in to the Brazilian national setup after consistently dazzling displays for Santos, and has been praised by Pele amongst others for his prodigious technique and ability.