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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Arjen Robben out for four weeks after Netherlands injury, Bayern confirm

Netherlands head coach Danny Blind reacts to his side's defeat by Iceland in the European Qualifiers.
The FC crew react to the Netherland's poor performance in their 1-0 defeat by Iceland in their European Championship qualifying match.
While the Brazilian defender has positive memories from his time at Bayern Munich, Dante says he is looking forward to helping his new club VfL Wolfsburg catch up to them.
The ESPN FC panel discuss why Manchester United bought Anthony Martial instead of someone like Mario Gotze or Marco Reus.
Bayern Munich sporting director Matthias Sammer and winger Arjen Robben has paid tribute to Dante, after the defender left th Bundesliga champions.

Bayern Munich have confirmed that Arjen Robben will be out for four weeks after the winger limped out of Netherlands' 1-0 defeat to Iceland on Thursday.

Robben, 31, left the pitch only 31 minutes into his country's damaging Euro 2016 qualifying loss at the Amsterdam Arena after picking up a groin injury.

Bayern had announced that Robben was likely to miss Netherlands' crucial trip to Turkey on Sunday, and the winger will now sit out a month of action.

Mario Gotze: I hadn't even thought about leaving Bayern Munich

While Mario Gotze has struggled since joining Bayern from Borussia Dortmund two years ago, the World Cup final hero is likely to remain in Munich for 2015-16.
Gotze will start for Germany in Friday's Euro 2016 qualifier against Poland.

Mario Gotze has said he never considered leaving Bayern Munich despite his struggles in recent months.

Gotze, 23, who scored Germany's World Cup final winner against Argentina last summer, insisted his stats for the Bundesliga champions "are not that bad."

The attacking midfielder will start for Germany in Friday's Euro 2016 qualifier at home to Poland, when a win would take them to the top...

Bayern Munich star Xabi Alonso open to MLS or China moves

While the Brazilian defender has positive memories from his time at Bayern Munich, Dante says he is looking forward to helping his new club VfL Wolfsburg catch up to them.
The ESPN FC panel discuss why Manchester United bought Anthony Martial instead of someone like Mario Gotze or Marco Reus.
Bayern Munich sporting director Matthias Sammer and winger Arjen Robben has paid tribute to Dante, after the defender left th Bundesliga champions.

Bayern Munich midfielder Xabi Alonso has expressed an interest in playing in the United States or China, German football magazine kicker has reported.

Alonso, 33, told kicker earlier this week that his future is uncertain beyond the end of the season, when his contract with the Bundesliga champions expires.

The former Liverpool star said he had not ruled out remaining in Munich, but stressed he was "not wasting any thoughts on it at the moment."

Speaking to the same publication on...

 By PA Sport

Man United target Thomas Muller was subject of 'very high' offer - Bayern

The ESPN FC panel discuss why Manchester United bought Anthony Martial instead of someone like Mario Gotze or Marco Reus.
ESPN FC's Gabriele Marcotti breaks down the strangest transfer rumours of this past summer window.
Thomas Muller rounded out his goal tally for Bayern, and Borrusia Dortmund have a record breaking start to the Bundesliga.
The ESPN FC crew discuss the rumours that David De Gea has asked for a new contract with Manchester United.
The ESPN FC crew discuss how Manchester United should deal with David De Gea's situation for club and country.
ESPN FC's Alexis Nunes and Steve Nicol take a look at the options Manchester United have on regards to the David De Gea saga.
Thomas Muller stayed at Bayern Munich despite a huge offer in the summer transfer window.

Bayern Munich president Karl-Heinz Rummenigge says he turned down an extremely lucrative offer for forward Thomas Muller this summer, although did not disclose details on where the bid came from.

Muller, 25, had been linked with Manchester United throughout the summer, but Bayern sporting executive Matthias Sammer told Sport Bild in August that the Germany international "has no price tag" amid reports the Premier League side had made an €85 million offer.

Real Madrid were also linked with...