The Germany international has long been associated with a move to the Premier League. And in the past, Manchester United came close to achieving his signature.

Kroos does not expect the transfer to Manchester City

Tony Kroos does not expect to reunite with Pep Guardiola at Manchester City. With the World Cup winner intending to fulfill his contract at Real Madrid, and not to ensure the transfer to England. The Germany international has long been associated with a move to the Premier League. And in the past, Manchester United came close to achieving his signature. His career to date has, however, been cut between spells at Bayern Munich and Real Madrid. At 30, and with three years left to run on his deal at the Santiago Bernabeu. Kroos believes that his playing days will be seen out in Spain. That means no new challenge will be accepted in another unit. Which would require him to be at the top of his powers, both morally and physically.

Toni wants to stay with Real for three more years

On whether he sees himself in the Premier League at any stage, Kroos said: “I plan to be with Real Madrid for these three years.” Then it’s a good time at 33 to question yourself: what does it look physically, what does motivation look like – I still feel how to keep going? “If something converges and you say:” Well, another year because you are good enough and you still feel like that. “I would not rule it out, but then move to England. New assumptions suggest that the former Bayern boss Guardiola would welcome the opportunity to add another ball-playing midfielder to his ranks who at the Etihad Stadium.

Pressed on whether it is possible to transfer to City. Kroos said he “can’t imagine that it is an option for me to go somewhere else again”. Kroos admits as much, but it is possible that he can be released to take on another challenge if Real Madrid considers it unnecessary requirements before its current conditions are completed. He added: “Three years in football is long – three years in Real Madrid is even longer”. Kroos has been with the Blancos since 2014, taking in 266 matches and helping the Spanish giants to a La Liga and three crowns of the Champions League.