Real Madrid wont’ sell Toni Kroos, he’s untransferable, according to Spanish newspaper ABC. Real have made clear to teams from the Premier League like Manchester City that the footballer will be playing for Real. ABC explains that the club is not willing to touch a line that works well.
Having players like Modric, Kroos, Cristiano or Bale it’s logical that all big clubs attempt to sign a Real Madrid player. However, obviously, Los Blancos won’t allow to let go many of their players.
One of the examples is Toni Kroos. A lot of Premier clubs want him. In fact, Guardiola wants him. Nevertheless, Real have been clear and they don’t want to destabilize the midfielder line, where the trio of Kroos, Modric and Casemiro form a perfect match.
Zidane has managed to make the best of Kroos. The German midfielder is having a similar mission he had at Bayern as an offensive midfielder. But with Benítez, he couldn’t find his place, as the Spanish coach took him off from the position of game director.
Now the number ‘8’ has become the best midfielder of all EURO2016 with Iniesta, although he isn’t the only Madridista who is highlighting. Morata, along with Bale, are EURO top scorers (3 goals) and Cristiano Ronaldo saved Portugal, silencing all critics.
Real is clear: Kroos isn’t for sale. Florentino Pérez’ club knows selling at the current world champion with his national team and one of the players who made possible the dream of the Eleventh Champions League is a mistake. So Toni will not abandon the club, and they can start to work quietly to win the UEFA Super Cup against Sevilla and the Club World Cup.