PARIS, Nov 4 (Reuters) - France defender Willy Sagnol believes he will take over as Bayern Munich captain when Germany goalkeeper Oliver Kahn retires.
Right back Sagnol, 29, joined the Bundesliga side in 2000 from Monaco.
'I will definitely be Bayern's captain when Oliver Kahn quits,' Sagnol told the French sports weekly L'Equipe Magazine on Saturday.
'Being captain in a great foreign club is a source of pride because in these traditional clubs, the armband does not go to the player who has the best relationships with the media but to the boss, the one who is really in charge.'
Sagnol has won 50 caps for France since his debut in a 4-0 rout of Turkey in Istanbul six years ago.