Robert Lewandowski still has four more years at sight to end career


Robert LewandowskiBayern Munich score machine Robert Lewandowski has “at least more four years” to play before ending his remarkable career.

Lewan will turn 31 soon but he has no thoughts about retirement with believes he still has more games and goals left in him.

Speaking to the German top-flight’s official website, he said: “I want to play for at least another four years.

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“I don’t feel like I’m about to turn 31.

“I’ll try to make the most of my time, and that means keeping myself in the best shape possible.”

“A football career doesn’t last that long,”

“Everything I do should help me to keep playing”,Lewandowski added.

Robert is currently in the United States with the Bayern squad as they step up their pre-season preparations.

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They are taking part in the 2019 International Champions Cup, with La Liga giants Real Madrid next on their schedule.


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