The Germany legend has underlined the Dutchman's importance for FCB, and believes that the winger will sign a new deal at the Bavarian powerhouse
The Netherlands international has put contract talks on hold after being criticised by Beckenbauer for missing a spot kick against Borussia Dortmund, and being slapped in the face by team-mate Franck Ribery.
Nevertheless, the Bayern legend doesn't believe that the 28-year-old will leave the Allianz Arena.
"Robben knows what to expect here at Bayern. That's why I expect him to sign a new deal eventually. It would be in the best interest of both parties," Beckenbauer said to Bild.
"I know that Robben is angry with me because I criticised him, but that doesn't change my positive opinion of him. I am a big Robben fan.
"He's indispensable for us on the right as long as we're playing in a formation with wingers, just like Ribery on the left. Our entire style of play is based on their specific qualities. Robben has scored a lot of decisive goals in the past few seasons."
Robben has a contract with Bayern until June 2013.