professional football player Arjen Robben of Bayern Munich will finish his career after this season. It is still not “100 percent clear” whether he wants to continue to play football, said the 34-Year-old in the “Kicker”Interview, and stated: “Maybe I’ll quit.”

Robben, who had announced on Sunday a week ago, the end of his time at FC Bayern. “Of course this is a big step. You don’t decide on a day, just so,“ said Robben. “I have a lot of thinking about it. I am now very happy that I made this decision and communicated. That it is now so that feels good, just in front of the Fans and the club. It was the right time.“ Robben plays since 2009 in Munich.Robben finds it “logical” that the record master is driving the rebuild of the team and the future. “Of course, I could also say, I’m still waiting. But it is a good thing. There is hardly anything Better than to go out to can, as I do,“ he said.

Now, the Dutchman is waiting for the right offer. “The situation for me is this: We look and wait to see what there is.” Everyone knows that he will retire at Bayern. “If an offer comes along that I really 100 percent believe and say, this is again something Nice, I want to do, then I play more. If the ideal offer doesn’t come, then the conclusion may be.“ A return to his hometown club FC Groningen for seals in question, but it is by no means certain. “I have already said earlier that I can’t promise anything. If you promise, you must keep that,“ he said. The contact was always there, and will remain so, “But I can say at the Moment about the coming year, anything at all. Everything is open.“

The mood in Munich is the weak phase in the past few months in the Bundesliga now the best again. “The Christmas atmosphere could not be more beautiful than she is,” said Chairman Karl-Heinz Rummenigge on the serene Weihnachtspartydes FC Bayern in the Nobel-Location Palais Lenbach at the Stachus, “the team has done everything, that we have a wonderful Celebration.” When record-breaking champion after the 3:0 in the 190. Bavarian-Franconian Derby against Nürnberg, pointing to the still a little early Christmas, was Borussia Dortmund. “We won the game and can relax a bit,” said sports Director Hasan Salihamidzic, the voice of a certain “spirit of optimism”. BVB however, he had to admit, somewhat dismayed, “marches on. It looks great how you play. A compliment, how they do it!“

Dortmund, said coach Niko Kovac, “at the Moment, makes no mistakes”. And that is why the situation is like, Thomas Müller summed up together: “It has not changed.”Still the defending Champions nine points behind the scores table leader. The Empire is feeling now, however, ready to strike back. “We now have two more weeks, ideally we win all four games, then we will have a merry Christmas and a happy new year. And then we see wasnächstes year, everything is possible,“ said Rummenigge. Captain Manuel Neuer said in his short speech: “We look forward to the second round and the fact that we can attack again.” For the last Time with Arjen Robben.