The 37-year-old Frenchman confirmed he will return to London to take up a role in the media with Sky Sports
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Franck Ribery will not back down on his retirement from the France national team.
The 31-year-old Bayern Munich winger missed this summer's World Cup with a back problem and called time on his international career once the tournament was over.
– Franck Ribery speaking to Die Welt
I took this decision in consultation with Didier Deschamps.
I want to concentrate on my club and I will not change my opinion.
France winger Franck Ribery, 31, has announced his retirement from international duty with immediate effect.
Ribery missed this summer's World Cup in Brazil after suffering a lower back injury in training shortly before the tournament got under way and has now decided he no longer wants to represent Les Bleus.
"I quit," Ribery said in an interview with German sports magazine Kicker. "I have found for myself that this moment has come."
Porto's central defender Eliaquim Mangala could turn down Premier League champions Man City in favour of Chelsea this summer.
The French international is also a target for Man United and PSG, but appears to have his heart set on a move to London.
"City or Chelsea? Chelsea because it is London," Mangala told BeIn Sports.
"My goal now is the World Cup. We will see what happens after that. I told [agent] Jorge Mendes that I don't want to know anything about the transfer window until then."
One of the finest goals of international week graced the Stade de France, where PSG midfielder Blaise Matuidi's penalty-box acrobatics sealed a 2-0 win over the Netherlands.
Karim Benzema has given France the lead.