CHELSEA target Franck Ribery has appeared to rule out a move to England – because he is put off by the prospect of bad weather.<br /><br />Bayern Munich winger Ribery looks set to leave Bayern Munich this summer, with the Blues rivalling Manchester United, Real Madrid and Barcelona for his signature.<br /><br />But the £45m-rated Frenchman, who was born and raised just across the Channel in the northern coastal town of Boulougne, has hinted that his future lies in warmer climes.<br /><br />“I won’t move to England because they have the same weather as in Germany,” the 26-year-old told a French television programme.<br /><br />Asked where he would like to go, Ribery added: “Honestly, I do not know, but it is a question I am asking myself frequently at this time. I will see how the situation evolves. It is not easy. I am happy at Bayern.”<br /><br />Ribery joined Bayern in 2007 after two successful years in the sunnier environs of Marseille in the south of France.<br /><br />New Chelsea boss Carlo Ancelotti has reportedly made Ribery a major target, after accepting failure in his bid to land AC Milan star Kaka. The Brazilian is set to move to Real, and his £56m transfer could be confirmed as early as today. United have also been linked with Ribery, particularly if Cristiano Ronaldo completes a long-rumoured move to Real.