Robben feels Saturday’s game will be a dream

The Dutchman is very excited of the match against Eintracht Frankfurt where Bayern Munich could become German Bundesliga champion.

Bayern Munich could lift the German Bundesliga title on Saturday when the team hosts Eintracht Frankfurt at the Allianz Arena.

And for Dutch footballer Arjen Robben, who is set to end his Bavarian career, it could be the perfect way to say goodbye: becoming a champion once again.

“This is a very special game and I want to put all my energy into Saturday,” Robben was quoted by Goal.

“It would be sensational [to score]. I’ve played out the game on Saturday three times in my head.”

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“Those were just dreams, but you have to make dreams come true and I’m convinced that it can happen,” he added.

“[It was] the best and most important step in my career. The club has come a long way and I’m proud to have played my part.”

“I always want more. That’s how I play, that’s how I live,” he said.

“It’s in my character, maybe my parents are to blame. Without this mentality, I might not have made it so far.”

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