The Dutchman has hit out at various media sources, but concedes that nothing is certain in football, and he cannot promise he will be with the Bundesliga giants next season
The winger has recently been linked with a move away from the Allianz Arena after his side suffered Champions League elimination at the hands of Inter, adding further disappointment to their domestic campaign, which Robben has missed a large part of duty to an injury sustained last summer.
"I experienced it at Chelsea and [Real] Madrid," he told TZ. "I didn't think I'd leave there, but ended up moving on."
The 27-year old went on to explain that, given his unexpected moves in the past, he cannot guarantee that he will remain in Munich.
"This has to do with honesty to the fans. Perhaps that is why there is no clear commitment. It is clear that I have never intended [to cause speculation], but the questions were asked, and logically I answered. And if my words were twisted, I cannot do anything about it."
In the past, Robben had committed to Chelsea and Real Madrid, but was forced out of the door at both clubs. He recently explained that he has no intent to play in the Europa League, prompting speculation that he will leave Bayern if die Roten fail to finish third in the Bundesliga. This, he explained, was pure conjecture.
"What bothers me is that some people twist my words. I never said that I want to leave if we play in the Europa League, but that is how it was portrayed."
New rumours of Robben's potential move re-emerged on Tuesday when Bayern unveiled their 2011-12 kits. When the Dutchman was asked whether he would wear the new uniform, he admitted: "Nothing in life is certain."
The next day, he told TZ: "I am contracted to Bayern, so I am going to stay," and "it's a fact that I have never thought about moving on from Bayern Munich."
Recent reports have linked him with a move to Serie A champions-elect AC Milan.