Arjen Robben confesses that he periodically thinks of reversing his decision to retire, less than a year on from calling time on his playing profession.
Former Bayern Munich winger Arjen Robben has actually exposed that he has actually thought about coming out of retirement.
The ex-Netherlands international called time on his playing profession at completion of last season at the age of 35.
Robben won 22 major honours throughout a 19- year senior profession, consisting of a league and cup double in his final campaign at Bayern, and the Dutchman confesses that he periodically thinks of being back on the field.
“In the beginning I didn’t miss football at all,” he informed the FC Bayern podcast. “However then there was a stage when it tickled once again and I had ideas such as: ‘Hey, possibly I would like to play a little once again’.
“From time to time I still have this feeling. With this virus, it is a very strange time for everyone and when football returns, then now! But maybe it always stays a bit in there. I’m just an athlete.”
Along with ending up more than 300 times for Bayern, Robben likewise represented Groningen, PSV Eindhoven, Chelsea and Real Madrid.