Kroos has just agreed to a one-year extension with Real Madrid. Thereby, if the contract is completed next summer, Kroos will have 10 years at Real. It was a glorious decade for the German midfielder.
In fact, in the summer of 2014, Kroos was once very close to MU. However, for various reasons, Kroos ended up moving to Real Madrid. At the Bernabeu, he teamed up with Luka Modric and Casemiro to form a legendary “triple” in the middle of the field, and success also continued to Kroos.
In total, Kroos has won 3 La Liga titles, 4 Champions League titles, 3 European Super Cups, 4 FIFA Club World Cups and many other titles with Real. Last season, Kroos added the missing championship title, the King’s Cup. Because it was too full, the 33-year-old midfielder thought about hanging up his shoes before being persuaded by the management to stay.
“When I came to Madrid, of course I hoped I could win the Champions League and other trophies. I expected great things, but I really didn’t dare to think of success like this,” Kroos said.