Bayern Munich chairman Karl-Heinz Rummenigge has confirmed the club will hold talks with Arjen Robben and Franck Ribery over their uncertain futures. Both wingers are out of contract in June and it is not yet clear whether they will stay on at the Bundesliga side. Rummenigge insisted the club were in no rush to holds talks in the near future but suggested a decision would be made in the spring. Speaking to TZ, the chairman said: 'Franck and Arjen both have a big history here and we know what we have with them. Both are very important for us. 'But it is important how they will continue. We definitely won't decide that in near future but there will be serious talks. Let's say in early spring.' Robben, 33, has hinted at retirement at the end of the season but Ribery, 34, has suggested he is keen to keep playing at the Allianz Arena. The Frenchman has been at the club since 2007 and has won seven Bundesliga titles, one more than Robben who joined in 2009.
Bayern Munich are set for 'serious talks' with Arjen Robben and Franck Ribery, according to club chairman
Daily Mail | Dec 12