Robert Lewandowski remains tied to a contract at Bayern Munich through to the summer of 2023, but the prolific Polish striker has stated a desire to “play for at least another five years”.
At 32 years of age, one of the finest finishers in the business is showing no sign of slowing down.
He has been nursing a knee injury of late, keeping him out of a Champions League quarter-final defeat to Paris Saint-Germain, but does have 42 goals to his name this season and remains a leading contender for the 2021 Ballon d’Or.
Quizzed on his future plans by GQ, Lewandowski has said:
“I haven’t really thought about what will happen in three or four years.
“But I want to play for at least another five years. Maybe longer if I can.”