Berlin: Netherlands star Arjen Robben has said he expects to sign a new Bayern Munich contract soon with the Dutch winger admitting he is eyeing a normal life after football.
Having turned 30 last month, Robben has a contract until June 2015 and the 2010 World Cup finalist is hoping for a two-year extension. Robben says he expects to sign a new deal when a few "small details" have been finalised. "It will probably be decided after another conversation," Robben told Bild. "The intention is there, from both sides, to extend, but there is no problem with salary, which I have read somewhere, -- that is bullshit."
Robben has been susceptible to knocks throughout his career and since joining Bayern in 2009, he has been injured 25 times, but still managed to score 52 goals, with 34 assists, in 92 Bundesliga matches.