The midfielder admits he is certain of his next move, but won’t reveal whether that will see him sign new terms at the Allianz Arena or move elsewhere
Bayern Munich midfielder Toni Kroos has revealed he knows where he will be playing next season – but has refused to talk about the move until after the World Cup.
The 24-year-old has just one year left on his current deal with German champions Bayern, and reports in Spain have claimed the midfielder has already agreed a €25 million switch to Real Madrid.
Although he recently rejected rumours he had signed a five-year deal at the Santiago Bernabeu, Kroos has now admitted he has made a decision about his next club.
“I’ve made a decision and can’t say,” Kroos told TZ Munich.
“I read things. It’s not hard to find out. But I’m saying there is nothing done.
“First I want to play the World Cup and when finished my decision will be known. I’ll say it myself. Before then there is nothing.
“There’s one week of the World Cup left and then we’ll know more.”
Kroos is currently with the Germany squad at the World Cup, with Joachim Low’s men set to face hosts Brazil in their semi-final clash in Belo Horizonte on Tuesday.
Regardless of the result, Kroos will remain with the national team until the weekend, with the third-place play-off and final set for Saturday and Sunday respectively.