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Arjen Robben future: Leicester City become favourites to sign veteran winger from Bayern Munich

talkSPORT Thursday, 23 May 2019 ()
Leicester City have been installed as favourites to sign Bayern Munich star Arjen Robben after a flurry of bets were placed on the veteran winger moving to the King Power. Robben will leave the five-time European champions when his contract expires in the summer and he will make his final appearance in their German Cup […]

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