French international extends stay with the Bundesliga champions until 2017.
Bayern Munich have received a boost for next season after winger Franck Ribery extended his contract with the club by a further two years, keeping him in Bavaria until 2017, according to BBC Sport.
The 30-year old winger played an instrumental role in the team’s historic treble winning season, as Bayern Munich became the first German side to win the Bundesliga, German Cup and Champions League all in the same campaign.
The experienced French star is likely to carry on his form for Bayern next season, as they look to repeat their successful season under new coach Pep Guardiola, who takes over from the retiring Jupp Heynckes on 26 June.
Experienced Belgian defender Daniel van Buyten also extended his deal with the club, with the 35-year-old earning himself another year at the Allianz Arena.
In a press release after the deals were announced, Munich chief executive Karl-Heinz Rummenigge expressed his delight at the double signing.
“We are delighted to have kept two key players with us,” he told reporters.
“Franck and Daniel were outstanding in the past season and we counted on them to make the difference in the crucial games.”
Ribery scored 11 goals this season, and Guardiola will be hoping that he continues to lead by example next season, as Munich continue to prove their credentials as a major force in Europe.