Dutch winger Arjen Robben anticipates his final home match for Bayern Munich on Saturday and plans to make a decision on his future within the next fortnight. Robben, along with French winger Franck

Dutch winger Arjen Robben anticipates his final home
match for Bayern Munich on Saturday and plans t ...
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Dutch winger Arjen Robben anticipates his final home match for Bayern Munich on Saturday and plans to make a decision on his future within the next fortnight. Robben, along with French winger Franck Ribery and Brazilian full-back Rafinha, will feature for the last time in Munich when they seek to wrap up a seventh straight Bundesliga title in the season finale against Eintracht Frankfurt. "I think I have played Saturday's game three times in my head," Robben told reporters on Tuesday. The 35-year-old, who has been plagued by the injuries over the past months but a little playing time lately, said there "would be nothing nicer" if he could start one more time with his partner Ribery in the deciding league match. Robben came to Munich in 2009, two years after Ribery, and scored the deciding goal in the Champions League final 2013 against Borussia Dortmund which helped Munich win the treble. He won seven Bundesligas and four German Cups with Bayern. "It just clicked from the first day. It has been so much fun on the pitch, there have been many wonderful goals. Assists from Franck, goals from me. The other way round too, but not as many," he quipped. Robben named his move to Munich from Real Madrid "the best step in my career, the best and most important transfer." Looking at his personal future after Munich last official match, the May 25 cup final in Berlin against RB Leipzig, Robben remained cautious. "I am a little late I hope to reach a decision within a week or two but I can't promise anything," he said. Robben said in the past he has offers from other clubs but also reiterated Tuesday that his career is also an option. #football #bayernmunich

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