No end in sight – Bayern Munich star Lewandowski plans long career

Bayern Munich’s star striker Robert Lewandowski definitely intends to continue his career when his present contract expires in 2023, Germany’s footballer of the year has said.

“The current contract is not my last. I want to play longer. And I still want to achieve more, my colleagues in Munich think exactly the same,” Lewandowski told Kicker magazine on Monday.

The Polish forward will be almost 35 when his contract is up for renewal but he is not yet feeling his age.

“I don’t feel like 32,” the treble winner and Germany’s footballer of the year said. “I feel better than when I was 26.

“That doesn’t just apply to my body rather as technically and as a footballer – because I have worked very precisely in the last years to reach my optimal level.

“I’m really pleased that I’ve done that and can still play football at the highest level. I’ll do everything to keep this form a few more years.”

Lewandowsi moved to Bundesliga dominators Bayern in 2014 and could imagine remaining in Munich. “But I still have so long ahead of me I’m not thinking about the end of my career,” he said.

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