Bayern Munich president Franz Beckenbauer has questioned the motives of French star Franck Ribery.
In a scathing attack, the Bayern supremo has blasted the winger for displaying a selfish attitude.
Ribery has been strongly linked with a move to Spanish giants Real Madrid this summer, and has hinted that he would welcome such a switch.
Beckenbauer has been left disappointed by the 26-year-old's actions, believing the France international is attempting to use Bayern as a tool to further his own career.
"Ribery only came here to make a name for himself," he is quoted as saying in Bild.
"He doesn't give a damn about Munich."
Bayern have so far resisted the advances of Real, despite reports of big money offers, keen to retain the services of their talismanic playmaker.
They appreciate, however, that Ribery could walk away next summer for a reduced fee, as Fifa article 17 allows any player under the age of 28 to leave a club after three years of their contract.
Ribery penned a four-year deal with Bayern upon joining from Marseille in 2007, but Beckenbauer believes the Frenchman never intended to see out that deal.
"Why would I sign a four-year contract if I only want to stay for three?" he said.