Signs of Kroos' departure from Real Madrid

The Spanish newspaper As revealed some worrying signs about the future of German star Toni Kroos with Real Madrid, which could indicate the possibility of his departure from the club in The Mercato next summer.

The Spanish newspaper As revealed some worrying signs about the future of German star Toni Kroos with Real Madrid, which could indicate the possibility of his departure from the club in The Mercato next summer.

Kroos' level last season fell clearly like most Real Madrid stars, but he has regained his true level this season and has performed well in most of his games.

The newspaper pointed out in its report that there are some uneasy signs about Toni Kroos began to appear since the renewal of his contract with the club until 2023, perhaps most notably sitting on the bench in the match Manchester City in the champions league.

The report added that Kroos met with his former coach Pep Guardiola inside the stadium, and whispered the latter in his ear that he was surprised by his absence in the main line-up, which may indicate the interest of Manchester City to contract with the player.

And may leave the words of the philosopher a great impact in the mind of the German star.

Kroos' stay with Real Madrid is not guaranteed

AS newspaper confirmed that Zinedine Zidane excluded Toni Kroos from the game For an unknown reason, as he was performing well since the beginning of the season, and is the most passed the team with 2429 passes this season.

The closest player on him is Casemiro, who completed 2224 passes, knowing that the latter played 400 minutes more.

It does not stop when Kroos is excluded from the main line-up for the most crucial match of the season. Still, the fans of Real Madrid voted for the departure of the player last summer during a referendum conducted by the newspaper Madrid, and the percentage of supporters for his departure was 66%. Still, days later, the player signed his new contract.

It is also interesting that Cross objected to the idea of reducing players' wages because of the Coronavirus pandemic, but then retracted statements and explained that they had been misinterpreted by journalists.

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