Wednesday, 21st May, 2014

France winger Franck Ribery has revealed that this year's World Cup in Brazil will be the "last" one for him.

The 31-year-old, who has participated in two World Cups for Les Bleus in 2006 and 2010, has scored a total of 16 goals in 80 appearances for his team.

Ribery therefore wants to make the 2014 World Cup memorable by winning it this time around.

"It will be my last World Cup," the Bayern Munich star told RTL.


"We have to go there to achieve something, to try to win the World Cup, quite simply."

The former Marseille star however does not have any immediate plans of retirement and is expected to take part in Euro 2016 in his home country.

Ribery has been in good form this season for Bayern Munich, scoring a total of 10 goals in 22 league matches and has also provided his team-mates with 12 equally important assists.

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