However, the winger’s campaign was hampered with injuries and he only made seven appearances in all competitions and scored two goals.
Robben announced his decision on Instagram and wrote: “I have decided to quit as active player. A very hard choice to make. I want to thank everybody for all the warm support. Greetings, Arjen.”
During his career, Robben won eight Bundesliga titles, five German Cups, two Premier League titles, one FA Cup, one La Liga title, two Dutch Cups and one Eredivisie title on top of the Champions League and Club World Cup in 2013.
Netherlands great Arjen Robben retires from professional football for second time
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