- Real Madrid are set to offer Germany international Toni Kroos a one-year contract extension following his superb start to the season
- The 32-year-old midfielder’s current contract at the Santiago Bernabeu runs out at the end of the season but Kroos now looks likely to extend his stay at the club
- Toni Kroos has made 373 appearances for Los Blancos since signing in 2014 and has won 5 UEFA Champions League trophies with Real Madrid
Real Madrid are unwilling to let go of the services of experienced Germany international Toni Kroos and are now willing to extend his contract at the Bernabeu by one year.
The 32-year-old is regarded as a key member of the present Real Madrid team under Carlo Ancelotti as he played a pivotal role in helping Los Blancos win the UEFA Champions League last season.
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According to the Daily Mail, Kroos will be rewarded with a one-year extension at Real Madrid, having previously made his desires to retire at the club clear.
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Real Madrid are willing to extend the contract of the German international by one year as the La Liga champions have a strict policy of only offering one-year deals to players above the age of 30.
Toni Kroos has won the UEFA Champions League on 5 occasions since he joined Real Madrid in 2014 from Bundesliga heavyweights Bayern Munich.
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Camavinga who spoke to GQ magazine admitted that has been greatly influenced by both players in terms of the position where they play and the skills needed, and also what they do outside the field.
Camavinga joined Real Madrid last summer and played a bit part role in assisting Luka Modric and Toni Kroos in the midfield as Los Blancos cruised to the La Liga and Champions League titles.
Toni Kroos takes a jibe at the English Premier League
Earlier, Sports Brief reported Toni Kroos is not getting carried away by the talks about the dominance of the English Premier League by supporters of the league.
The German midfielder has mocked the idea that the Premier League is better than all other major European leagues due to its large TV broadcast rights money.
Kroos has now blasted the EPL as he says they are yet to win any international trophy this year and players who plan on winning trophies prefer playing in other leagues.