Franck Ribery Retires From Football.

Former France and Bayern Munich winger Franck Ribery has announced his retirement from football.

After struggling with a knee injury, the 39-year-old terminated his contract with Serie A side, Salernitana.

In a career spanning from 2007-2019, he scored 124 goals and assisted 182 times in 425 games for Bayern from; winning nine Bundesliga titles and the Champions League in 2013.

Ribery lifting one of his silverware for Bayern.

The Frenchman joined Bayern for £17m from Marseille in June 2007, a year after being part of the France side that finished runner-up to Italy at the 2006 World Cup.

The winger joined Fiorentina before moving to Salernitana last summer, helping the club avoid relegation by one point but he has not featured since the opening day loss to Roma.

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