Miroslav Klose has hinted that he could retire from the game at the end of the 2014/15 season.
The Germany international is on his way to his fourth World Cup with the national team, and has recently signed a contract extension with Lazio.
But the veteran goalscorer has insisted he will have one more domestic campaign and then assess his options.
“My contract expires in 2015,” he told Bild. “I’ll wait until then and see how I feel.
“I’ve renewed for next season and I have the option of a second, but we’ll see what happens.
“After my career I’d like to take my coaching badges and then go back to Munich with my family.”
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