Robben to be ruthless against Chelsea
Former Chelsea winger Arjen Robben insists he will not show his former club any mercy when he lines up against the Premier League side for Bayern Munich in the Champions League final on Saturday, the Daily Mail has reported.
Robben joined Chelsea in 2004, winning the Premier League title twice under Jose Mourinho, as well as the FA Cup and two League Cups. The Netherlands winger left Stamford Bridge for Real Madrid in 2007 and moved to Bayern two years later, and says since the Champions League is the only major trophy he has yet to win, there will be no room for sentiment when he meets his old team.
He added: “This is the biggest trophy there is in club football. For me, it feels like the only one missing…and if Chelsea have to suffer for it to happen, so be it.”
In his time wearing Chelsea blue Robben made 106 appearances, scoring 19 goals, and played alongside a number of players still in the Chelsea squad, including Didier Drogba, Frank Lampard, Petr Cech and John Terry, who Robben praised for his leadership qualities.
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