Arjen Robben is a man in demand this summer, with teams all around Europe vying for his signature. The latest team to join the race are Lazio, who are interested in bringing the Dutch winger to Serie A.
Arjen Robben is looking towards his future after leaving Bayern Munich. The award-winning Dutch footballer has not ruled out returning home, although he acknowledges that he also has other offers in Europe, the USA and Japan.
According to the Daily Mail, Leicester City could be Robben's next club, with several bookmakers putting the former Premier League champions as the favourites to sign him, ahead of Dutch side, PSV Eindhoven.
Arjen Robben and Franck Ribery bid an emotional farewell to Bayern Munich ahead of Saturday's title-deciding clash with Eintracht Frankfurt, despite starting their final home game for Bayern on the bench.
Franck Ribery hailed a "special" moment as he and Arjen Robben both scored in their final game at the Allianz Arena on Saturday to wrap up a 5-1 win over Eintracht Frankfurt and a seventh successive Bundesliga title.Â
Bayern Munich coach Niko Kovac has hinted that departing veterans Arjen Robben and Franck Ribery will not be in the starting eleven for their final Bundesliga appearance against Eintracht Frankfurt on Saturday.
The next campaign of world football will definitely feel like a step into a different era, as many legendary players are saying goodbye to the beautiful game this year. Xavi, Van Persie, Cech, Robben and Ribery are all retiring or leaving their clubs. Football will not not be the same without these legends, who have all meant a great deal to their clubs and national teams.
In an interview with 'Kicker' magazine, Arjen Robben explained what it was like to play under Pep Guardiola when the Spaniard managed Bayern Munich. "With him it was amazing to play on the football pitch," he said.