Bayern Munich star Franck Ribery is refusing to rule out a move to Australian side Western Sydney Wanderers when he leaves the Allianz Arena.
The French ace will end his 12-year stint with Bayern at the end of the season although he has no intention of hanging up his boots and is looking for another club.
Ribery will not be short of options and one of them is a switch to the A-League side, who are coached by German legend Marcus Babbel, and a move could happen. “You know that I played football because of the fun and to enjoy it,” Ribery said. “I love football. “If you play well, then you make yourself a great name and the money comes on its own. You earn money for what you did.
Related: Bayern Missing Boateng
I do not just play for money. “But why not? Why should not I move to colleague Babbel? I do not know.
There are many options. I’m not sure yet where I’m going. Everything must be right, also because of my family. We are one group – but we are many.”