Dutch winger Arjen Robben is dreaming of playing at the European Championship next month after the injury-prone veteran started his first match for FC Groningen in eight months on Sunday.
The 37-year-old was the star of Groningen’s 4-0 victory at FC Emmen as he delivered two assists in his longest appearance since his return to the Dutch top flight last year.
The former Bayern Munich, Real Madrid and Chelsea forward said he was relieved with his performance in 80 minutes of play and hinted at a comeback to the national team for Euro 2020.
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“If he calls me, I would say yes”, Robben replied when reporters asked how he would respond if Netherlands coach Frank de Boer invited him to join the squad for the Euros.
“When I started this last summer, it (Euro 2020) definitely was one of my wildest dreams”, Robben said.