Franck Ribéry leaves Fiorentina. But, the 38-year-old French striker still wants to continue his professional career.
Franck Ribéry is free to play anywhere. After two seasons in the Fiorentina jersey, the 38-year-old is leaving the club. This Wednesday, the Serie A club announced, on social networks, the departure of the player who was at the end of his contract. Ribery has not found common ground with the club for a contract extension due to the many upheavals in the coaching position. Indeed, Vincenzo Italiano replaced in disaster Gennaro Gattuso who decided to leave after only three weeks on the bench after his appointment. For next season, Italiano would like to set up a new project of which Ribéry is not part. The Frenchman has no intention of hanging up his boots.
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Ribéry wants to continue playing in Italy
According to information from the Italian media Sky Sports, Franck Ribéry would like to find another challenge in Italy. Moreover, the player would interest a team. Missing the opportunity to climb into Serie A, FC Monza where Mario Ballotelli plays had mentioned his desire to recruit the French. The player could have touches in Germany. German teams would think of a coming of the French veteran as part of the summer transfer window.
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