HUGE OFFER: Manchester City set to make huge-money offer for five-time Champions League winner free agent

Manchester City are apparently willing to offer a lucrative contract to a multiple Champions League winner in order to entice him to join them on a free transfer next summer.

While Manchester City won the Champions League for the first time in the club’s history in 2022/23, seven seasons into Pep Guardiola’s rule, the Spaniard isn’t satisfied and wants to add even more experienced champions to his squad.

Manchester City, who signed Josko Gvardiol, Matheus Nunes, and Jeremy Doku in the summer, now want to augment those purchases with some more experience in Europe’s best competition.

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Toni Kroos is currently on the radar of the triple champions, according to Spanish publication Defensa Central, and his pay might be doubled if he joins from Real Madrid next summer.

The 33-year-old’s current Real Madrid contract is set to end in June 2024, with the German only signing a one-year contract extension earlier this year. Kroos will thus be free to discuss a potential pre-contract agreement with clubs outside of Spain in January, with City leading the pursuit for his signature.

Kroos turned down offers from MLS and Saudi Arabia after signing a one-year deal with Real. He has previously claimed that he, too, would like to retire from the club, but only if he is routinely starting games.

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“What I have always said and is something that has not changed, is that I will not move clubs,” he told the Belgian television station RTL. “I will always stay here, I will retire here, the only thing I don’t know is when.”

With Aurelien Tchouameni, Eduardo Camavinga, Federico Valverde, and Jude Bellingham all being given more responsibility at the Bernabeu, Kroos may look to go on.

According to the source, Kroos, who has five Champions League winners medals in his career with Bayern Munich and Real Madrid, would be offered a two-year contract to join Manchester City, with the English club ready to treble his earnings from €9 million to €18 million.


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