Schweinsteiger feels that he can go on for another three to four years at the highest level.
Bayern Munich midfielder Bastian Schweinsteiger has spoken out on his Allianz Arena future, report the Daily Star, with the possible Manchester United target suggesting that he feels “no pressure” to sign an extended contract with the reigning Bundesliga champions.
Schnweinsteiger has spent his entire career with Bayern, winning everything available at club level in the process, whilst he was also integral to Joachim Low’s German side as they won the World Cup last summer.
There have been suggestions that, as younger charges such as Thiago Alcantra threaten his place in the Bayern team, Schnweinsteiger could be tempted by a new challenge, but the experienced campaigner has indicated that he feels “no pressure” to sort out his future quickly.
Schweinsteiger has tentatively been linked with Manchester United, as the Red Devils continue to search for a consistent central midfielder who can add some presence to Louis van Gaal’s side, but it would appear that they have their work cut out persuading Schweinsteiger to leave Bayern:
“I know what Bayern Munich means to me and Bayern Munich also knows what they have in me. We know each other very well.”