?Bayern Munich winger Franck Ribery has claimed he believes he can continue to perform at the highest level for another two years despite approaching his 35th birthday.
The former France international has enjoyed an illustrious career since graduation from third-team home nation side
“I feel good right now”, the wide man, whose current deal with Bayern Munich expires in the summer, told Sport Bild, as quoted by the Bundesliga’s ?official website.
“I’ve still got another two years playing at the highest level.”
Whether the Reds share Ribery’s outlook and offer him a new deal remains to be seen, however, especially considering the younger talent boss
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“It’s not just about what you do on the pitch, my presence is important for the team, for the mood in the camp”, he added.
“King’s having a great season, which is great for the team, but he’s still young. He needs a bit more experience. No one can be at 100 per cent for 50 games in a season.”