I'm considering my options! 10m Robben puts Arsenal, Spurs, Chelsea and United on alert
Dutch master Arjen Robben has opened the door on a move back to the Barclays Premier League, just days after slaying England at Wembley.
Robben is unhappy with life at Bayern Munich and admits he is considering his options – which will interest the likes of Chelsea, Tottenham, Manchester United and Arsenal.
Holland ran out 3-2 victors over the Three Lions in last week's friendly at Wembley where Robben bagged two stunning goals.
Flying Dutchman: Robben was Holland's star at Wembley
But he has now conceded he is open to moving away from the Bundesliga and could be picked up for as little as 10million as he has just one year remaining on his current deal.
Robben told the Sunday Mirror: 'I don't have an ideal situation in Germany. I am now considering the options I have and I will get.
'It was great to play at Wembley and to see many people I know. It was only my second international game for Holland since the World Cup and it was great that this was in London at Wembley.
Considering his options: Robben isn't happy with life in Germany
'I can try put up a brave face and make out all the things in Munich do not effect me, but of course it gets on my nerves and effects me.
'I just needed this game against England so much. It was a joy to be playing at my best again.'
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