Arjen Robben has announced that he will leave Bayern München after this season. Franck Ribery is likely to do the same.
|Franck Ribery and Arjen Robben.||Photo: Rufus46/Creative Commons/CC-by-SA 3.0|
An era is coming to an end: Arjen Robben has announced that he will say goodbye to Bayern München next summer after spending 10 years at the Bavarian club.
"This is my last year at Bayern. It has been 10 wonderful years," Robben told Algemeen Dagblad and added:
"I made the decision a few weeks ago."
Meanwhile, Franck Ribery is also set to leave the Bavarians according to Bayern president Uli Hoeness.
"This is very likely to be the last year at Bayern for Ribery and Robben," he told German media on Sunday.
Robben, 34, has made 305 appearances for Bayern, scoring 143 goals and making 101 assists since he joined from Real Madrid in 2009.
Franck Ribery, 35, was signed from Olympique Marseille in 2007. The French winger has played 405 games for Bayern with 118 goals and 180 assists to his name.