Flying Dutchman plans to stay put.
Bayern Munich winger Arjen Robben has revealed that he wants to sign a new deal with the club that will keep him there beyond 2015 when his current contract expires, Sky Sports reports.
The 29-year-old has suffered through his fair share of injury problems this term that have impacted the influence he has been able to exert this season, but he is hoping that the club’s hierarchy will be able to see that he still has a lot more to offer.
“I feel I am able to play at the very top of my game for at least three more years to come,” Robben told newspaper Sudddeutsche Zeitung.
“I would like to remain at Bayern Munich.
“The club is well aware of what I am capable of and I am also aware of the general quality of a club like this.”
The former Chelsea man joined the German giants in 2009 from Real Madrid and has enjoyed a successful spell during his time in Bavaria winning the Bundesliga twice as well as clocking up a Champions League victory too.
Robben has also scored 81 times in 140 appearances for Bayern, predominantly from a wide position and has formed one half of one of Europe’s most deadly wing pairings alongside Franck Ribery.
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