Toni Kroos to Real Madrid: Manchester United target will move to the Bernabeu after the World Cup - reports
Midfielder will sign for the club for £20m after the tournament in Brazil
Monday 07 July 2014
The Germany international has been linked with a move away from Bayern all summer, and Spanish newspaper Marca have reported that the deal has been completed and will be officially announced after the tournament in Brazil.
The 24-year-old will sign a five-year, £4m per year deal at Real, reportedly less than what Chelsea offered.
Kroos has spent his whole career at Bayern, and has been part of three Bundesliga-winning sides, and won the Champions League with the club last year.
The midfielder is set to win his 50th international cap on Tuesday night, when Germany take on Brazil in the semi-final in Belo Horizonte.
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