‘Kroos’ hangs up his boots after the Euros.

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It was different from what was expected when Real Madrid midfielder Toni Kroos decided to hang up his boots after the Euros this summer.

Previously, there was news that Kroos was likely to sign a new contract with Madrid after the current one expires at the end of this season. To stay as a force for the team alongside another veteran midfielder, Luka Modric,

however, “The White King” has confirmed via its website that Kroos has decided to end his career after the Euros. The

34-year-old star player I just decided to come back and serve the country again this year. But the Euro in Germany will be the last tournament of his career,

Kroos revealed on social media. Media has decided to hang up his boots now because he wants to stop playing while he is still at his peak. Including wanting Madrid to be his last club.

“July 17, 2014, the day I debuted as a Real Madrid player, the day my life changed. My life as a football player Especially as a person It is the start of a new chapter at the biggest club in the world,” Kroos said.

“After 10 years, my journey will end after this season. I will never forget those moments of success! I would like to thank everyone who welcomed me with open arms and trusted me.

But I especially want to thank you, Madridistas, for the love you have shown me from the first day until the last. At the same time, สมัคร ufabet this decision means that I will end my football career after the Euros. “

As I have always said, Real Madrid will be my last club. I am happy and proud that in my heart I thought I had found the right moment for my decision. And I have made my own choices.

“My ambition has always been to end my career while I am still at my peak. From now on, I have only one thing in mind. Heading to the 15th!!! HALA MADRID Y NADA MAS!”

Kroos came through the youth ranks of Bayern Munich and made his debut in 2007, when he was just 17 years old

. Still sent to Bayer Leverkusen He spent 18 months on loan and had a great season in 2009-10, scoring 9 goals and providing 12 assists in 33 Bundesliga matches. After that, he returned to being the main player for Bayern.

In the end, Kroos played 205 games for Bayern and scored 25 goals, along with winning the Bundesliga championship 3 times, DFB Poca. 3 times, 1 time Champions League, 1 time UEFA Super Cup and 1 time World Club Championship.

Kroos then moved across the country to play for Madrid since 2014 and found great success as well. Now having played 463 matches,

he has won many championships with Madrid, including 4 La Liga titles, 1 Copa del Rey, 4 Champions Leagues, 4 UEFA Super Cups and the championship. A five-time Club World Cup winner

, Kroos was also part of the Germany national team that won the World Cup in 2014 in Brazil.