Real Madrid announced today that it has renewed the contract of experienced German midfielder Toni Kroos for another season. The club reported that the player will be linked to the team until June 30, 2024.
At 33 years of age, Kroos will continue to play a key role in Real Madrid’s midfield during the upcoming season. Since joining the club in 2014 from Bayern Munich, the German midfielder has become a key part of the Merengue team. With 417 games played, he is the German player who has worn the white jersey the most times.
According to AS, Real Madrid sees Kroos as a key figure in guiding young talents such as Aurélien Tchouaméni, Fede Valverde, Camavinga, and newcomer Jude Bellingham.
In recent months, Kroos had already hinted at his intention to renew with Real Madrid, and at a press conference ahead of the first leg of the Champions League semi-final against Manchester City last May, he stated that negotiations were on track.
With almost ten years at the club, Kroos has amassed an impressive 20 titles in the Spanish capital, including four Champions Leagues, five Club World Cups, and three Spanish Ligas. His renewal reinforces Real Madrid’s commitment to his experience and leadership on the pitch next season.