OM supporters – and others – are now fixed. Franck Ribery does not plan a single moment to finish his career in Ligue 1, as he confirmed this Sunday in Telefoot. To the question "A return to France to finish your career is it possible? "The former international (81 selections) responded, very firm:" No, not at all. "
Adored in Marseille, where he played two seasons (2005-2007), "Kaiser Franck" helped Bayern Munich on Saturday to win a 7th Bundesliga in a row, becoming the first player in history to win 9 national titles in Germany.
The club only has the final of the German Cup to compete on May 25 against the RB Leipzig, after which Ribéry leave Bavaria. It will be the end of a 12-year history, in which he played 423 games, scored 126 goals and issued 132 assists.
So where will he go? "I do not know, I do not have an exact plan," said the 36-year-old Frenchman. There are options but we will still think. "What I know is that I'm going to miss it," he said. It has been incredible times. There are even times when it was so fast that I did not have time to really appreciate it. But with hindsight, when you see the images, you say to yourself: it's something, anyway. "