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Franck Ribéry before returning to Germany? Well-known Bundesliga club should be interested


Franck Ribéry is one of the greatest Bavarian legends of modern times. Will there be a reunion in the Bundesliga anytime soon?

Franck Ribéry is one of the greatest Bavarian legends of modern times.

Will there be a reunion in the Bundesliga anytime soon?

Update from March 17th,

10:01 a.m.: Will King Franck be doing magic again soon in the Bundesliga?

Recently there were rumors that the Bayern legend could soon play in Germany again.

Because: Ribéry's current club Fiorentina wants to rejuvenate the squad.

The 37-year-old's contract expires in the summer, but the Frenchman is not yet ready to end his career - so the German elite league is also mentioned as a possible destination.

The speculation has picked up speed in the past few days - allegedly Eintracht Frankfurt should be interested!

At least that's what the Spanish portal

Don Balon reported


The SGE had actually already contacted Ribéry's advisor, but that was shortly before he left Munich in 2019.

At that time you couldn't agree on a change.

Probably not today either.

Because on the left wing position, Eintracht is already blessed with one of the best Bundesliga players: Filip Kostic.

Even if the coveted Serb should leave the Hesse, they have already signed a replacement for the left wing in Frankfurt with Union Berlin's Christopher Lenz - albeit a bit more defensive.

Ribéry would also be too prone to injury and too expensive for the Eagles - after all, the former Champions League winner still earns a decent salary.

Even if it doesn't work out for Ribéry and Eintracht: the Bundesliga should still remain the goal of the super dribbler.

And besides the Frankfurters there would be 17 other candidates.

Franck Ribéry soon back in the Bundesliga?

Bayern legend has to leave Florence

First report from March 15, 12:05 p.m .:

Munich - Bavaria has a king again!

Admittedly, this slogan was extremely brave in 2007.

Would it really hit like everyone suspects?

Even if it does - is that why it has to be presented so pompously?

And anyway: Bavaria only has one emperor named Franz.

More than a decade later, the mega-advertising from Nike at the time is still legendary and it was actually proven to be right: Franck Ribéry became the new King of Bavaria immediately after his engagement in the summer of 2007.

He played himself in the hearts of the fans.

He won everything there was to win with the Reds *.

Franck Ribéry: Bayern legend before leaving Florence?

The Frenchman said goodbye in 2019 and opened a new chapter in Italy.

It wasn't that he didn't want to be part of the Bayern family anymore.

And those responsible would probably have liked to keep their former king.

But then the laws of the modern football market took hold: new players, younger players - they should also have a chance of golden Bayern times.

And so the Ribéry / Robben era ended to make way for the following era with Gnabry, Coman and finally Sané.

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But maybe there will be a reunion with King Franck soon?

Allegedly, the super dribbler is about to say goodbye to Florence!

According to the renowned Italian newspaper

Gazzetta dello Sport

, the

violets want to

rejuvenate the squad.

Of course, a 37-year-old would then have no more space.

Ribéry's contract expires in summer 2021 - what then?

There is allegedly interest from the second Italian division from the Berlusconi club Monza.

Mario Balotelli and Kevin-Prince Boateng are currently kicking the promotion aspirants.

That would be an explosive trio!

But there is another option, according to


: the Bundesliga.

Bundesliga: Franck Ribéry will soon be back in Germany?

A return to Germany is allegedly possible, there should already be specific interested parties - but the newspaper does not name the clubs.

Where could Ribéry fit in?

At Bayern * there will probably be no place for him.

When it comes to spectacular transfers, one German club has to be mentioned in the recent past: Hertha BSC, of ​​course.

With Sami Khedira, an old Serie A champion was only lured into the Bundesliga * during the winter break.

Does that also work with Ribéry?

Would the French fit into Berlin?

And will he soon meet his old love from Munich?

Hard to say.

The fact is: he still has it!

Since arriving in the summer of 2019, the former international has played 42 games for Florence.

He scored four goals and prepared nine more.

And if it's enough for Fiorentina, why not also for the Bundesliga?

(akl) * is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA

Source: merkur

All sports articles on 2021-03-17

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