A group of Real Madrid directors has arrived to Munich to negotiate Toni Kroos transfer with Bayern, Spanish newspaper El Confidencial has claimed.
Los Blancos have already reached an agreement with the player, according to reports. The German international would sign for five seasons, with a six-million-euros salary per year.
Pep Guardiola has also agreed to let the midfielder go, and now it’s time for the two clubs to negotiate the amount of the transfer.
Thus, Florentino Perez has sent General Director Jose Angel Sanchez together with one of Real Madrid’s lawyers to lead the first talks with Bayern’s directors.
The German club are reportedly open to settle for 25 million euros, since Kroos contract ends next year. Los Merengues believe that is a fair amount, so negotiations should not last very long.
Kroos recently told the press he has already made a decision about his future. “Bayern knows it, and I will announce it after the World Cup,” he said.
The 24-year-old has been a guaranteed starter for Germany during the World Cup, and was also a crucial piece of Guardiola’s Bayern last season, making 51 appearances and scoring four goals.
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