Inter Milan goalkeeper Yann Sommer is not yet ready to start thinking about the prospect of hanging up his gloves.

Speaking to Swiss magazine Schweizer Illustriete, via FCInterNews, Sommer stressed that at this point he is not considering an eventual retirement.

Last month, Sommer turned 35.

The Swiss international has so far made 694 appearances at club level. And he has played in an additional 87 matches for his national side.

Clearly, Sommer is a player with vast experience.

The veteran keeper has spent the majority of his career in the Bundesliga.

Sommer joined Borussia Monchengladbach from Basel in the summer of 2014. And then he spent eight and a half years with the Foals.

Last January, Sommer made the switch to Bayern Munich.

The Swiss joined the Bavarian giants as the temporary replacement for captain Manuel Neuer, who had been out for the entire second half of last season through injury.

Then, last summer, Sommer was on the move again. He joined Inter after half a season at Bayern.

Yann Sommer Not Thinking About Retirement Yet

So far this season, Sommer’s adventure in Italian football has gotten off to a positive start.

The 35-year-old has helped Inter to keep twelve clean sheets in Serie A. That is a testament to both the good work of the team as a whole, and to some excellent saves by Sommer.

Having won his first Bundesliga title last season with Bayern, Sommer is helping Inter to push for a Serie A title this time around.

If Sommer were to get his hands on the Scudetto, it would certainly make for a real crowning accomplishment.

But for his part, the 35-year-old is not thinking about bringing his career to an end anytime soon.

“I’m not thinking about retiring right now,” Sommer said.

“I’m really enjoying playing, particularly at Inter with all of the special feelings that that entails.”

“Mentally and physically, I’m doing well,” the 35-year-old added.