Robin van Persie is coming into his final months as a footballer but is hoping to retire with one last trophy win at Feyenoord.
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The 35-year-old forward announced earlier this season that he will retire at the end of the campaign, bringing an end to an illustrious career.
Speaking to Voetbal International about his retirement, Van Persie said
Van Persie is now hoping to enjoy his final six months with Feyenoord and is aiming to lift the KNVB Cup, “I came back to Feyenoord for fun. At Fenerbahçe I had lost that and in
Will Van Persie seek a farewell match? He isn’t bothered, “A farewell match with the Dutch team, or Feyenoord? I don’t need it. It feels so forced, eh. I have had enough interest in my career. I just want to enjoy football for a few more months. I am fit, equipped and ready. “
What next for the forward? “At least take a little distance, enjoy my family, do things that previously were not possible, like playing other sports. Then I see what comes my way. I am happy that I can direct my farewell in this way. What I have achieved, I had not dared to dream in the past, World Cup final in South Africa, third place in Brazil, Feyenoord, Arsenal, Manchester United, Fenerbahçe .. I have lived in a great bubble for years, but soon it’s time for a new life of which I do not yet know what exactly it will bring me. I am very curious about it, but not before I have closed in a good way at Feyenoord.”