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Toni Kroos shoots teammate Eden Hazard and praises Bellingham’s move

Toni Kroos shoots teammate Eden Hazard and praises Bellingham’s move

Toni Kroos has been playing with Real Madrid since the summer of 2014. Photo: AP/Jon Super

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Nikolai Steubner

Toni Kroos and Real Madrid, this relationship has lasted for nine years and is likely to continue for at least another year. Even if the extension hasn’t been officially reported yet, there are growing signs of it.

In the nine years now, Kroos has seen many players come and go for Los Blancos. Time and time again, Real Madrid reinforces itself with the best players in the world, letting go of the other professionals on the team. In the current episode of his podcast “Einfach mal Luppen”, which Tony releases with his brother Felix, they both talk about the latest transfers from Real Madrid.

Kroos classifies Real Madrid’s departure from Karim Benzema

Karim Benzema’s departure was not expected. French joins the union in Saudi Arabia. The surprising thing about this change: It was announced shortly before Real Madrid’s last match against Athletic Bilbao (1-1). “I thought he was pursuing the idea of ​​ending his career in Madrid,” Toni explained. crossover.

He then added that Benzema deserves a lot of praise: “I think he came to Real Madrid when he was 20 and 21 years old. What he brought to the club, what important goals he scored – last year he was just the cherry on top.” Kroos hints at the world footballer title that Benzema won in October 2022.

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But in the current episode, the two brothers also talked about Jude Bellingham as a new signing, who will move from Borussia Dortmund to Real Madrid for 103 million euros. He initially praised the 19-year-old midfielder: “He’s very, very far, a top player that many teams wanted because of his build, his quality and his age.”

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Subsequently, he admitted that he only watched a few full-fledged Dortmund matches last season. “I saw snippets of Dortmund mainly in the Champions League. He played very well there for the most part,” Toni adds.

May 27, 2023, North Rhine-Westphalia, Dortmund: Soccer: Bundesliga, Borussia Dortmund - FSV Mainz 05, Round 34, Signal Iduna Park.  Borussia Dortmund's Jude Bellingham after the match.  important note ...

Jude Bellingham said goodbye to the Dortmund fans after an exciting season finale.Photo: dpa/Bernd Tessen

When Toni Kroos talks about transfer fees again shortly afterwards, he can’t resist a tip against a team-mate: “We also had someone who came in for a lot of money and let his career rest. There was also a lot of money and I think everyone would say afterward: It wasn’t a good transfer.”

The former German player did not give a name. However, he clearly meant Eden Hazard. The Belgian moved from Chelsea to Real Madrid in 2019 for €115m and remains the Spanish champions’ record most expensive signing.

However, he was never able to match the performances he had in London and was repeatedly forced to struggle with injuries and weight problems. That is why Hazard and Madrid have agreed to let his contract expire this summer. Originally he was going to stay at Real Madrid until 2024. It is still not clear where Hazard is moving now. The end of the career is also in the room.

Ilkay Gundogan is credited with Manchester City achieving their first hat-trick in the club’s history by defeating Inter Milan in the Champions League final on Saturday night. The German player is a mainstay in City manager Pep Guardiola’s superior playing system, which has already made England’s Skyblues champions and cup winners.

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