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Kroos won’t commit to another long-term contract at Real Madrid as he starts to consider retirement

The World Cup-winning midfielder has no intention of playing on until his last 30s and may not be penning any more deals in Spain or elsewhere

Toni Kroos has hinted that his current contract at Real Madrid will be his last, with the World Cup winner revealing that retirement will start to become an option when he reaches the age of 33.

That is how old he will be when reaching the end of his deal at Santiago Bernabeu.

Given the success he has enjoyed over the course of a distinguished career, Kroos could be considered to still have plenty left in the tank.