German striker Miroslav Klose says he may leave current club Lazio and return to Germany at the end of the current campaign.
The 36-year-old has had a successful spell in Italy, having scored 28 goals in 58 games for the Serie A club, since singing from Bayern Munich in 2011.
But his contract at Lazio expires at the end of this season, and he has hinted that he may return to Kaiserslautern, the team where he started his professional career. He has also considered moving to the United States.
Klose has been left out of the Germany squad for their final World Cup qualifier games, as he has only played four times for Lazio this season because of an injury.
He told Gazzetta dello Sport: "I have two offers from the States and I could return to Kaiserslautern where I started my career."
"I will make up my mind in the next few months."
Klose is just one goal away from becoming the all-time top scorer for Germany. He is currently level with Gerd Muller on 68 goals.
But his international career may not be over, after head coach Joachim Low made it clear he will be involved at the World Cup as long as he stays fit and in form.
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