Bayern Munich forward Toni Kroos is not ruling out any move to the English Premier League in the summer at the moment.
The 27-year-old, who has been linked with the defending champions Manchester United, has a season remaining on his contract with the reigning Champions League title holders, but a renewal has reportedly stalled.
“It’s no secret – the Premier League is a possibility for me,” he says. “I’ve heard that people have written that I might go to England. But there’s nothing new from my point of view. No decision has been made.”
During the press briefing ahead of Tuesday’s clash with Arsenal at the Allianz Arena, Kroos, who accompanied his boss Pep Guardiola to the venue added he has not agreed to any deal at the moment.
“The situation is that I don’t have any agreement right at the moment at Bayern. On the other side there is no agreement in place anywhere.”
However, Guardiola wants the player to remain with the Bavarian giants.
“Tony is a great talent. I hope he maintains his form this season- and for more seasons at this club,” stressed Guardiola.
“He’s young. He can improve. I’ve told him I can make him an even better player.”
Kroos has started all seven of Bayern matches in Europe this season and has only missed two league games since August.