Found May 01, 2012 on Ghanasoccernet:
PLAYERS: Arjen Robben
Bayern Munich chief Uli Hoeness admits they’re struggling to convince Arjen Robben to stay. The Dutch winger has just over a year to run on his current deal and is stalling on new contract talks. “I do not know the exact status. I only know that he was close to signing, but he has now been delayed things somewhat,” Hoeness told Suddeutsche Zeitung. A move to England has been mooted, where Manchester United, Chelsea and Manchester City are among clubs monitoring developments closely.

Robben delays contract talks with Bayern

Arjen Robben has delayed signing a contract extension with Bayern Munich and says there are other clubs interested in his services. ''Many things have happened in recent times,'' the Netherlands winger told Monday's edition of Kicker magazine - such as a confrontation with teammate Franck Ribery when Robben was punched in the face at halftime of the Champions...

Rummenigge confident Robben will stay

Bayern Munich chief executive officer Karl-Heinz Rummenigge is adamant Arjen Robben will extend his contract with the club. The Holland winger reportedly cast doubt over his new deal following an alleged dressing-room bust-up with team-mate Franck Ribery during the Champions League semi-final against Real Madrid. But Rummenigge told Bild: "I guarantee that no stars will leave...

Robben agrees Bayern extension

Bayern Munich have re-signed Dutch midfielder Arjen Robben until the end of the 2014/15 season, the Bundesliga club announced on...

Rummenigge: Robben will stay

Bayern Munich CEO Karl-Heinz Rummenigge has quashed rumours that Arjen Robben is prepared to leave the Allianz Arena at the...
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