Real Madrid's Toni Kroos hints on his future at the end of the season

By Emmanuel Mendez

Real Madrid's Toni Kroos hints on his future at the end of the season

Toni Kroos has been rumored to retire from football in the summer but responds to those rumors today.

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Toni Kroos is one of the best midfielders in Real Madrid's history. He is a legend at the club and has won many trophies, including La Liga titles, FIFA Club World Cups, and Champions Leagues. Kroos's current contract with Real Madrid expires this summer, and the German midfielder has yet to decide whether to extend his contract or not.

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Kroos and Luka Modric are two club legends who could leave for free this summer. While Madrid is considering not renewing Modric's contract, the club is interested in offering another contract for Kroos. Kroos has yet to sign a new contract is undecided to sign. Kroos is considering to retire soon. Kroos spoke in a press conference today before Real Madrid plays RB Leipzig in tomorrow's Champions League.

Kroos addressed the rumors in the press conference and hinted at his future. Kroos said, "To be honest, I have not decided yet on my contract”. “I should also decide soon about returning with the German national team, I don’t know yet”.I will decide at right moment but my plan has always been to retire at very high level. Luka Modrić? Two different cases, two different persons. We have different ideas. He will decide; I don't know what he and the club will do."

Kroos continues and says, "If I'm worried about my future? No, I'm not (laughs). I will decide when I'm ready and have clear ideas. This is an important decision. I'm happy for all the things I've achieved in football, and I'm happy to play at this level. The best season of my career? It's not easy to say, I've had many good and successful seasons. I'm happy I'm still able to compete at this level."

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Toni Kroos confirms that he will not make a return to Bayern Munich in the future

While Kroos was talking about his future, Bayern Munich was brought up as a potential destination for him if he leaves Real Madrid. Kroos denies it, saying, "I've always said 32 was the age to retire. I'm surprised by my motivation. I started at 17 at Bayern Munich, and I thought I would have stopped at 32. But now I still want to play, win, I'm more motivated. Let me clarify that I will not return to Bayern despite links, it’s not gonna happen."

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