Robert Lewandowski has expressed his doubts on whether Kylian Mbappe and Erling Haaland should be considered as the heirs to Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo.
The Bayern Munich striker does not believe that the two youngsters will manage to dominate elite football the way the Paris Saint-Germain star and his Manchester United counterpart did over the last decade.
"[Mbappe and Haaland] have the ability, that's for sure, but who knows if in the next two or three years other young strikers won't emerge and catch up with them," Lewandowski told France Football.
"I can't imagine for a moment that they will dominate international football like Messi and Ronaldo have done over the last 12 years.
"Both players have won every title there is to win and have entered the history books.
"I think that in the next 10 years there will be multiple players competing to be the best in the world."
Lewandowski believes that Mbappe is "brilliant with both feet" and compared the PSG forward to Thierry Henry.
"They are very similar and I have no doubt that Mbappe will always have a place in football history," noted Lewandowski.
The Poland international went on to praise the agility and versatility of Haaland, claiming that the Norwegian player has what it takes to become a top striker.
"Sometimes you may think he is slow, but he is fast, explosive and very strong technically," he added.
"He can become one of the best in the game too."
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