sport news Toni Kroos promises to retire at Real Madrid but will 'decide' when between ... trends now
The midfielder - who retired from his national team despite winning the World Cup in 2016 - is one of the keys to Real's huge success in the last decade, but could not be drawn into a confirmation of his intentions.
His current deal is up in 2023 and he may find it difficult to land another long-term deal at the club due to their long-standing tradition of moving players, meaning his insistence he will end his career with them could come sooner than expected.
Toni Kroos admitted he will retire at Real Madrid but did not confirm when that might be
The 32-year-old told Spanish outlet Mundo Deportivo: 'What I have always said and that