He had already advanced it on other occasions, but now he confirmed it. The midfielder of Real Madrid Toni Kroos has recognized this Monday that he wants to “end” his football career in the white team and that “it will happen”, so he was flexible in the face of a possible renewal.
“I deliberately chose the term of the contract when I last extended it, because then I would be 33 years old and that would be a good age to think about how to proceed. I don’t need to think about it“, he claimed Kroos to the Sky television channel.
The German, world champion in Brazil 2014, explained how he is in his eighth season with the Madrid team. “This is an incredible relationship, one that I would never put on the line for some kind of speculation, and I think that is the case on both sides.”, He indicated.
In that sense, he stressed that his communication in this regard was very clear. “I want to finish my career here and so it will happen”, He sentenced, although he clarified that he cannot yet specify if that will be in 2023 or a little later. “We won’t get too stressed out about it. I know what I have in the club and they know what they find in me. At some point we will approach in a relaxed way”, He specified.
“I still feel fully, but you have to: a) adapt to the level, b) the body must accompany and c) there must also be desire. And when all that is done, we will sit down at some point to talk and, if not, I still have a contract until 2023″, He finished.
An enviable record
It should be remembered that Toni Kroos arrived at Real Madrid in mid-2014 after a remarkable campaign at the 2014 World Cup. Before, he played a good role with the Bayern Munich jersey.
In Germany, Kroos he won two doubles (Bundesliga and Cup), one in the 2007/08 campaign and the other in the 2013/14. In the middle he won the treble under the orders of Jupp Heynckes (Bundesliga, Cup and Champions League) in 2012/13.
The midfielder, who turned 32 on the last January 4, has played 338 games as a player of the Real Madrid, where he adds 25 goals. His record with the Albo team is made up of 14 titles: three Champions League, four Club World Cups, three European Super Cups, two Leagues and two Spanish Super Cups.
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