Arjen Robben is reportedly tempted to see out the remaining years of his career in Major League Soccer, rather than sign for Inter Milan on a free contract.
Bayern Munich winger Arjen Robben will reportedly snub a move to Inter Milan this summer as he is instead leaning towards a switch to Major League Soccer.
The 35-year-old confirmed earlier this season that this will be his final campaign at the Allianz Arena, bringing an end to his trophy-laden decade in Bavaria.
Robben, who is currently nursing an injury that may rule him out for the rest of 2018-19, had been tipped to remain in one of the top tiers of European football.
Calciomercato suggests that Inter are among the interested parties in the ex-Netherlands international, but he has his sights set on an end-of-career spell Stateside.
During his 10 years at Bayern, who he joined from Real Madrid for around £20m, Robben has made 305 appearances and scored 143 goals.
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