At the age of 34, Gladbach's captain Lars Stindl is in the autumn of his career. In view of his expiring contract, the question arises as to how the offensive player will continue. Stindl himself would like to continue his career - preferably with his heart club on the Lower Rhine.
When asked by the Bild newspaper whether his Bundesliga career was coming to an end after this season, Stindl replied: "Good question! Before this season I felt a great deal of joy, I feel really good about my body. I am convinced that I can still do that can play in the Bundesliga for a year or two."
Nevertheless, the picture speculates that the ambitious legal footer could rethink the matter of changing clubs if the hoped-for contract extension at Borussia does not materialize. A decision will probably not be made until next spring.
The Borussia captain will have an opportunity to gather arguments on his own behalf next Sunday in Freiburg, where he will most likely replace the injured Alassane Plea (torn muscle). After being absent for several weeks due to a fascial injury in his left thigh, Stindl made his Bundesliga debut last matchday in Mainz.
This article was originally posted on 90min.com/de as New Borussia contract? Gladbach captain Stindl is not yet thinking about quitting.