Cristiano Ronaldo's exit 'made everyone happy', says former team-mate Toni Kroos

Cristiano Ronaldo's exit 'made everyone happy', says former team-mate Toni Kroos

Cristiano Ronaldo's exit 'made everyone happy', says former team-mate Toni Kroos

A Real Madrid star has explained why Cristiano Ronaldo's exit previous year pleased everyone, despite Los Blancos missing the superstar's goalscoring prowess in the 2018/19 campaign.

Kroos left Bayern Munich and made a switch to the Spanish capital in 2014 and in his final season at the Allianz Arena, the Germany worldwide played under the guidance of Guardiola.

The rumours around Kroos' future were largely put to bed on May 20th when Real Madrid confirmed he has signed a new deal to extend his stay until 2023.

Kroos made more successful passes (1932) than any other Real player in La Liga last season.

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However, although his exploits in front of goal are yet to be replaced, midfielder Toni Kroos has insisted that all parties benefited from the 34-year-old's move to Italy.

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Fox Sports has sensationally claimed that Ronaldo has told Paul Pogba, Matthijs de Ligt and João Félix to all reject the advances of Real Madrid, and instead seek their fortunes elsewhere.

"Thirty-three could be a good age to retire, but then I also have the opportunity to decide whether or not to do something else". But it was never a question about whether I am coming to City or not.

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