The Dutchman admitted to being flattered by the Serie A side's approach to sign him, but responded that has has no intention of joining the Old Lady at this stage of his careerBayern Munich winger Arjen Robben has rejected an offer from Juventus to join the Turin club in the upcoming transfer window, Bild reports.
The Dutchman is yet to extend his contract at the Allianz Arena, and reports from Italy have suggested that he could be headed to Serie A in the summer. And Juve has reportedly offered him a three-year contract worth 5 million euros per season.
However, while Robben, 28, admitted to being flattered by interest from the Old Lady, he revealed that he has no desire in joining Antonio Conte's side.
"Many thanks for your call and your interest from Turin," Robben is believed to have replied via SMS. "It's a great honour that a club as big as Juventus is interested. But I have no interest at the moment."
Robben is expected to remain in Munich this summer and beyond. Goal.com revealed in March that he is on the verge of extending his contract with the Bavarians until 2015.
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