Liverpool planning to place a bid of £25m for Toni Kroos

Liverpool planning for Toni Kroos offer

Liverpool are reportedly looking to get Toni Kroos during the upcoming summer transfer window. The Reds are preparing a 25 million pounds offer for the Real Madrid star midfielder.

With only 18 months left on the 32-year-old’s contract at Bernabeu, Toni Kroos does not want to move anywhere. It is believed that the German wants to end his journey with the Spanish giants.  

Toni Kroos has been a very important player for Los Blancos for many years especially during 2021-22. He made 21 appearances, contributing three goals and three assists in the course of the period.

However, Real Madrid are yet to have a talk with Kroos regarding his contract extension. This has caught Liverpool’s attention as we are aware of the fact that they are working on their midfield. However, Liverpool have not been active in the January window.

How serious are Liverpool to get the signatures of Toni Kroos ?

Liverpool preparing to buy Toni Kroos

The Reds are hopeful that their bid of 25 million will be enough for Real Madrid to sell Kroos. Will Real Madrid be happy to receive this bid for their four-time Champions League winner? That is the biggest question now.

With Covid having struck the Premier League again, it is necessary to make moves. Teams have suffered in terms of finding the right combination and thus transfers are vital now. Liverpool have not actively participated in the previous windows. Therefore, we can expect them to make signings in the future.

Real Madrid are unsure of giving Toni Kroos a new contract according to Mirror. With Liverpool interested in buying him, Real Madrid may be disinterested in extending his contract.

The Spanish paper also claims that Jurgen Klopp would love to sign the German midfielder. Liverpool are serious about his choice and have made a three-year offer for Kroos. The Reds have also signed young guns to add to their squad in the meantime.

With the season poised at halfway stage, the current situation looks wavery, thus making it a busy transfer market now.

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