Robinho joins AC Milan on transfer window last day

The last day for European football clubs to make any signings
until 2011 ended Tuesday with AC Milan capturing Manchester City
misfit Robinho to form a formidable forward line, and several World
Cup players switching teams.

Robinho joined Milan on a four-year contract to link up with
newly signed Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Ronaldinho and Alexandre Pato.

English club Sunderland paid a club-record fee for Ghana forward
Asamoah Gyan from French team Rennes, and Bundesliga side Schalke
signed Netherlands striker Klaas-Jan Huntelaar on a three-year
contract from Milan.

Barcelona, Real Madrid, Inter Milan, Manchester United, Chelsea
and Arsenal resisted the chance to make any late additions to their
squads.