In this In the summer, Franck Ribéry left his long-time club, Bayern Munich, to join Italian Premier League club FC Florenz. He theoretically could have stayed in the Bundesliga – Eintracht Frankfurt wanted to hire him. About the missed change, he was talking for the first time now.
For twelve years, Franck Ribery played for FC Bayern and created an era in which he could win everything. A few months ago, the farewell in tears, but in Italy, instead of staying in the Bundesliga. The SBU really wanted it …
Ribery preferred a two-year contract – challenges in the new country
In front of Sport Bild Ribery has now spoken of the reasons for the lack of change in Frankfurt. "They just wanted to offer me a one-year contract, I think, but that was out of the question for me, I know my body, my desire to play, I wanted two years," he said. he declared on the record – the Frenchman is always so motivating and always.
But even with an adapted offer, a change would have been unlikely, he admitted. After playing at Bayern Munich for another Bundesliga club, he said: "No, not really, I wanted a new experience, a new country, a new life." His transfer without transfer to Florence has already borne fruit. In seven appearances, he has already scored two goals and scored another goal, he is very popular with fans.
He was also voted player of the month of September in Series A.
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