Newcastle United ready to offer £25m for Real Madrid star Toni Kroos

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As per reports, Newcastle United are lining up a move for Real Madrid midfielder Toni Kroos. The club is allegedly preparing a £25m bid for the Germany international.

After the takeover, which is worth about £300m, the Newcastle owners are ready to spend a fortune in the transfer market. They will be looking forward to signing big shots in the January transfer window and next summer.

Fans will expect the club to make big signings down the line and go from a team that is fighting relegation to challenging for major titles in future years. 

Toni Kroos could be one of the biggest midfielder to sign for Newcastle

The 31-year-old is one of the most decorated players in football today after a trophy-laden career for club and country. He has won five league titles and been involved in four Champions League winning teams.

Apart from his clubs, the German was also a crucial part as Germany won the 2014 World Cup in Brazil. However, he announced his retirement from international football this year after winning 106 caps for Germany.

Despite making only three appearances so far this season due to an injury, he is a regular in the team. His contract keeps him at the Bernabeu until 2023.

Even though the Magpies are now the wealthiest club in football, it could be tough for them to sign Kroos. They are 19th in the Premier League table and currently in a fight to avoid relegation this season. If Newcastle were able to sign the midfielder it would be a huge statement of intention with the German’s experience and success in the game.

Liverpool and Manchester City have also recently been credited with an interest in the midfielder, who could be allowed to leave Los Blancos next year.

However, being just 31, playing at his peak and an essential part of the team, it is highly unlikely that Kroos will leave Madrid. He also stated his wish earlier to retire from football at the Bernabeu.

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