After only finishing in 10th place in the Eastern Conference, Orlando are looking to improve their squad ahead of next year's MLS campaign and it appears that Robinho is on their radar.
According to Yahoo! Esportes, the 33-year-old's contract at his current club expires at the end of the season, leaving open the door to a possible switch to the United States.
However, the report suggests that Orlando are unlikely to be able to match the same wages that Atletico can offer, leaving the Florida-based club with decisions to make over how much money they would be willing to commit to the Brazilian international.
The former Manchester City forward has netted 34 times in 98 appearances during his two campaigns back in his homeland.