Dutch winger Arjen Robben said on Sunday that he will leave Bayern Munich at the end of the season after a decade of success at the German champions.
Rodriguez told ESPN: 'It's a different situation to a year ago because I'm playing less'. I feel very good right now.
Robben has scored 98 goals in 198 Bundesliga games for Bayern and, since his arrival in 2009, he has played in three Champions League finals - in 2010, 2012 and 2013 - winning the title at the third attempt with Bayern. "I will have enough of time to think about the future and what the next steps will be".
James told those in attendance at a meeting with a Bayern fan club: "It's a different situation to previous year because I am playing less".
Arjen Robben says he will leave Bayern Munich at season’s end
"The club moves on and I may move on".
Though Robben has announced his departure, he also left the possibility open for another move.
James added: "I hope that I will recover completely in one to two weeks".
"This is my previous year at Bayern". But with ageing players like Franck Ribery, Arjen Robben and Robert Lewandowski on the scoresheet, it will have done little to counter the accusations that Bayern Munich are relying too heavily on their old guard.
Bayern Munich's loyal army of fans had to endure watching their much-loved club suffering shocking results such as a 2-0 away defeat by Hertha Berlin and a disastrous 0-3 home thrashing by Borussia Monchengladbach.
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