ARJEN ROBBEN has revealed he is quitting Bayern Munich at the end of the season after a decade of glory with the German giants.
The ex-Real Madrid and Chelsea flier, 34, told Omnisport: "It's my last year at Bayern.
Reuters3 Attacker Arjen Robben says this will definitely be his last season for Bayern
"It has been 10 beautiful years. But it's time [to leave] now."
Robben hit 37 goals in 96 games for Holland and famously notched Bayern's 89th minute Champions League final winner against Borussia Dortmund at Wembley in 2013.
So far he has 98 goals from 198 games for the Bundesliga giants.
Robben exited Real for the Allianz Arena in August 2009 after Cristiano Ronaldo and Kaka switched to Madrid.
Getty Images – Getty3 Arjen Robben slots home the late winner for Bayern Munich in the 2013 Champions League final
Reuters3 Dutch legend Arjen Robben celebrates at Wembley after winning the 2013 Champions League final for Bayern
Bayern president Uli Hoeness had hinted at Robben's announcement earlier on Sunday.
Hoeness suggested the former PSV Eindhoven favourite and French winger Franck Riberry, 35, would move on in the summer when their contract ends.
It underlines a period of dramatic change for the current German champions, who after 13 matches are nine points behind leaders Dortmund.