Real Madrid have offered Manchester United a chance to sign Toni Kroos, according to Mirror Sport.
Toni Kroos moved to Real Madrid from Bayern Munich in 2014, but not before being heavily linked with a transfer to David Moyes’ Manchester United side, which failed to materialize. And when Louis van Gaal replaced Moyes at United’s helm, the Dutchman chose to sign Ander Herrera over the world-cup winning German instead.
Kroos has since flourished at the Santiago Bernabéu, and has managed to bag 9 assists and create 54 chances whilst maintaining an average pass accuracy of 94% in 30 La Liga appearances this season.
And if the newly emerging reports are to be believed, such top-drawer displays have led Manchester United to renew their interest in the midfield maestro.
Moreover, Real Madrid intend to alter and refresh their first team in the summer, and are therefore offering Toni Kroos to Manchester United, as per the Telegraph.
Such reports coupled with the strong speculation linking Jose Mourinho to take over as Red Devils’ manager next season, the 26-year-old may well be on his way to the Theatre of Dreams to play under the Special One.