Arjen Robben insists he is happy at Bayern Munich

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Arjen Robben has insisted he is happy at Bayern Munich amid speculation linking him with a move to Manchester United

The Dutch international has been linked with a reunion with his former international boss Louis van Gaal at Old Trafford.

However, the former Chelsea winger insists he has never thought about a move away from the Allianz Arena and hopes he remains at the club until his contract expires in 2017.


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As per Sky Sports, he said: "I never thought about a transfer, I am happy in Munich - my family is happy in Munich.

"My contract runs until 2017. You can't look too far forward in football, but everything is fine at the moment - I hope things continue this way."

It seems Manchester United have been linked with every player under the sun since Van Gaal took the reigns in 2014.

It was reported that Robben was unhappy at Bayern, but the winger has well and truly put that speculation to bed.

The 31-year-old has been limited to just seven Bundesliga appearances for the Bavarian giants this season having missed the majority of September and October through injury. But he has been in good form since returning with a goal in their 4-0 demolition of Cologne.


Robben is certainly the sort of player Manchester United need to help them escape their current problem.

The Red Devils look terribly short of firepower and the pressure on Van Gaal has increased following bore draws with PSV Eindhoven and Leicester City.

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