Rio world champion Toni Kroos is not aiming for a change at the end of his football career, but instead wants to end his successful career with Spanish record champions Real Madrid.
“I’ve clearly communicated that I’m going to end my career here,” the 32-year-old told Sky Sport News: “That’s going to happen. When that will be exactly, I can’t say exactly yet. Whether it’s 2023 or a, two years later. I don’t know.”
There are three factors that were important to him when it comes to the end of his career. “A’s level has to be right, B’s body has to participate and C has to have the desire and motivation,” said the national player, who retired after the European Championship: “If that’s good, we’ll definitely talk. I still have a contract until 2023.”
He now has “an incredible relationship with the club that I would never jeopardize by playing more poker,” Kroos continued: “Neither side will be very stressful. I have a year and a half left and things are going really well.” … right now. I won’t think of anything else.” With the current situation, he is “absolutely okay”.
Kroos moved from Bayern Munich to Madrid in 2014. With Los Blancos he won the Champions League three times and the Spanish championship twice. Los Blancos currently top the LaLiga table, five points ahead of Sevilla FC.