Real Madrid Confirm Kroos’ Contract Extension

Real Madrid fans can rejoice as the club has announced that Toni Kroos will be staying with the team for at least another year. The 33-year-old midfielder’s contract was set to expire at the end of this month, but he has agreed to an extension that will see him remain at the Santiago Bernabeu until June 2024.

Kroos, who joined Real Madrid in 2014, is the German player to have worn the club’s jersey the most times, having made 417 appearances. His incredible range of passes and ability to maintain possession make him a valuable asset to the team.

Last season, Kroos played 52 matches for Los Blancos across six competitions, including Laliga, Champions League, Copa del Rey, Club World Cup, Spanish Super Cup, and UEFA Super Cup. He scored two goals and provided six assists throughout the season.

Although Kroos had previously considered retiring at the end of this season, it had become apparent in recent months that he would continue with the team. The presence of Carlo Ancelotti and Kroos’ participation in crucial games last season likely contributed to his decision to stay.

However, Kroos will face stiff competition for playing time next season, with the likes of Fede Valverde, Luka Modric, Jude Bellingham, Aurelien Tchouameni, Eduardo Camavinga, and Dani Ceballos all vying for a spot in the midfield.

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Real Madrid fans can look forward to seeing Kroos continue to dominate statistically and help the team win games with his impressive passing skills.

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