Bayern Munich striker Robert Lewandowski has answered questions about a contract extension at the Bundesliga club.
He has simply said that he will stay till the contract lasts, which is till 2023, after which he has left his move open ended.
“I have the contract until ’23 and I never think what’s happening after,” the 32-year-old told The Associated Press. “Two-and-a-half years more on the contract. So it’s a lot of time and I know that I can play longer but I have enough time to think about this.”
“If you see what we did in this run it is amazing, spectacular – because we won everything that we could,” Lewandowski said. “This is something special.”
Lewandowski has also revealed his football inspiration and role model – Arsenal legend Thierry Henry.
“His movement was amazing. His finishing was amazing,” Lewandowski said. “So that’s why I was loving how he played, what kind of skills he had.”
The Bayern Munich striker has reflected on the club’s fantastic season as well.
“If you see what we did in this run it is amazing, spectacular — because we won everything that we could,” Lewandowski told The Associated Press in a telephone interview on Monday after being included in the nominations for Globe Soccer. “This is something special. … All of these awards are the prizes for something special.”
“If you see how many people, also players, they know what I did, what we did, in this season,” Lewandowski said.