Bayern Munich-great Arjen Robben retires

Arjen Robben retires from football

Arjen Robben Announces Retirement From Professional Football After Leaving Bayern Munich

He later went on to play for PSV Eindhoven, Chelsea, Real Madrid and Bayern Munich in a career spanning nearly two decades.

In 2007, he moved to Real Madrid, winning La Liga in his first season with the Spanish giants, before joining Bayern Munich in 2009.

Former Bayern Munich and Netherlands forward Arjen Robben has announced his retirement from soccer.

"At the moment I'm fit and healthy and, as a fan of many other sports, I'd like to keep it that way".

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Robben left Bayern after his contract expired last month, bringing down the curtain on his 10-year spell at Allianz Arena.

PSV boss Mark Van Bommel had publically announced the club's interest in bringing former Netherlands global back to Holland.

Robben spent a decade at Bayern, winning eight Bundesliga titles as well as the Champions League in 2013.

Injury prone throughout major parts of his enormously successful career, Robben missed most of his Bundesliga farewell tour in 2019 as he once again battled several injuries.

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"The career that followed after that is something I only could have dreamt back then".

The 35-year-old Robben, who was thought to be looking for a new club after playing his last game for Bayern in May, says in a statement, Thursday, July 4, 2019, "I have chose to put an end to my career as a professional football player".

"It might be a cliche, but there really is no better thing than playing for your own country".

"I got to play six big tournaments and was the captain during my last years with the team". "As everyone knows, I took the time to make an informed decision about my future after my last Bayern Munich match". That is why I especially want to thank my family for the unconditional support, understanding and love.

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But the former winger has instead called time on a glittering career that saw him win league titles in Netherlands, England, Spain and Germany and reach a World Cup final. "I'm definitely stopping, but it's good that way".

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