Kroos signs new Real Madrid contract


Real Madrid are set to offer midfielder Toni Kroos a new deal worth around £350,000 a week.

The massive deal will see the 26-year-old midfielder earn an eye-watering £345,000-a-week before tax, similar to what Ronaldo and Bale pocket.

Real Madrid have confirmed Toni Kroos' new deal at the club, announcing that the German global has signed a contract until 2022 with the reigning European champions.

He has since become one of the finest players going and won the Champions League with Real last season.

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However, Real have ended that talk in its tracks by confirming that Kroos has signed a two-year contract extension that will see him tied to the club until at least 2022.

German publication Bild had previously revealed that the player was close to agreeing the new deal, which makes him the highest paid German footballer ever.

Radio station Cadena Ser said Bale, who joined Real for a then world-record fee of €100 million (RM462.31 million) in 2013, will sign a new contract until 2022 in the next two weeks.

United and City had been linked to the player by a Spanish TV show, with journalist Pipi Estrada telling El Chiringuito: "A war of two great coaches of global prestige, Guardiola and Mourinho, for a player, a player of Real Madrid: Toni Kroos".