The Netherlands international winger has not yet extended his contract, and several Premier League clubs are said to be interested in tempting him away from Bayern MunichBayern Munich winger Arjen Robben has attracted interest from the Premier League's best, according to a report from TZ.
The Netherlands international winger is out of contract with the German giants in 2013, and now the likes of Manchester United, Manchester City, Tottenham Hotspur, and the player's former club, Chelsea, are all said to be keen on signing the 28-year-old.
And while Tottenham are believed to have slipped out of the race for the player's signature after hearing of the ex-Real Madrid man's wage demands, interest from elsewhere in England remains high.
There has in recent weeks been doubt cast upon Robben's future in Munich. Earlier this year, concerns over the player's fitness and alleged selfishness led to speculation that he might leave the Allianz Arena. And if he were to opt out of a new deal, there would be no shortage of suitors for him in the Premier League.
However, Goal.com can confirm that Robben will extend his contract with Bayern. The player is comfortable in Munich, and an official announcement will be made before season's end.
The attacker has scored 15 goals and made eight assists in 26 competitive matches for the Bavarians so far this season. In three seasons at Chelsea (2004-07) Robben appeared in 103 first-team matches, scoring 19 goals and winning six major trophies, including two Premier League titles.
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