Robert Lewandowski thinks Bayern Munich could be his last club in Europe.
The Polish forward has been one of the most sought after strikers and has been chased by a number of big clubs including Manchester United. The former Borussia Dortmund striker was on the verge of leaving the Allianz Arena in the summer but choose to stay and fight for his place in the team.
It has so far been a stellar campaign for the 30 year old who has netted 17 goals so far. He recently surpassed Claudio Pizarro to become the highest non-German scorer in the Bundesliga.
Lewandowski has a contract till 2021 and is likely to spend the entire time at the club. But he has insisted he would love to take new challenge outside Europe after his spell with the current club comes to an end.
“I can imagine it [Bayern being my last European club], because it’s a great city, a great club that will develop even more from next season
“I want to break more records. The thought that I could make my mark on the pages of history could make me stay in Munich.”
“This [winning the Champions League] is definitely my dream, but if we do not get into the final, I will not write this season off
“If I do not succeed, I will keep trying.”