Toni Kroos is approaching the end of his current contract with Real Madrid. According to Fabrizio Romano, his goal is to retire at the club which he joined in 2014 and where he’s won four Champions League trophies (in addition to the one he won with Bayern Munich in 2013), playing a total of 396 matches across all competitions so far.
At the age of 33, he might be a little young to be considering retirement, but it wouldn’t be unheard of; Zinedine Zidane hung up his boots at that age, also as a Real Madrid star.
At the moment, it appears the decision is his to make. Los Blancos are ready to offer him a new one-year deal, and he’s considering whether to accept their proposal or to call time on what has been an illustrious career. Quite apart from the numerous trophies won with Bayern and Real, Kroos has 106 international caps and the 2014 World Cup medal with Germany.
Toni Kroos has not changed his plans: the idea has always been to retire at Real Madrid as he loves the club ⚪️🇩🇪 #RealMadrid
The final decision will be whether to stay for at least one more year or retire from football.
Real Madrid, waiting & prepared to offer him a new deal. pic.twitter.com/pBv973Zaex
— Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) February 22, 2023
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