Franck Ribery is even considering applying for German citizenship.
Bayern Munich midfielder Franck Ribery has put any transfer speculation to bed by suggesting that he wants to stay with the German club for the rest of his career, reports Sky Sports.
“I can imagine staying in Munich after the end of my career,” he said.
“I have bought a very nice house, I feel good here and I like the mentality.”
The France international has played for Bayern since 2007, and has been part of one of the most successful teams in modern football, winning the Bundesliga four times, the Club World Cup once, and the Champions League at Wembley in 2013.
His side look set to add their fifth league crown during Ribery’s spell with the club this season, as they sit ten points clear of nearest rivals, Wolfsburg.
Ribery has had a fairly quiet campaign by his standards, making just 18 appearances in all competitions, but that hasn’t dampened his love for the club or the country.
The 31-year-old has even hinted that he may consider taking up German citizenship in the future – a move that may mean his son doesn’t quite follow in the same international footsteps as his father.
“My son Saif was born here, he may even one day play for Germany,” he added.