German international Miroslav Klose's contract with Bundesliga giants FC Bayern Munich ends in the summer, but it isn't clear where the 32 year old striker will play next season. Klose is said to have evoked interest in him from Bundesliga leaders Borussia Dortmund, other German clubs besides sides from England and Russia.
While Klose has continued to be a star performer for his country with 59 goals in 106 matches for Germany at his club he has been either mainly on the bench or out injured with Germany team mate Mario Gomez the star Bayern striker this season.
Praising Klose German national coach Joachim Loew said, "Miro is still a striker of the highest level. I often see him in action training with the national side and he's an example to follow for the rest of the team. He's always doing his utmost and is very ambitious."
Loew told today's edition of Germany's tabloid Bild, "I know that he has several offers. He can leave on a free clearance at the end of the season, so he holds all the aces. He is still a striker of international class."
But it isn't clear if Bayern Munich might not offer Klose a new contract and keep him at the club. Klose will most likely have numerous options to decide from for his likely last big contract, but it is thought that he is unlikely to leave Germany.