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Tottenham are ‘miles away’ from making a signing like Toni Kroos

Toni Kroos, a midfielder for Real Madrid, has been linked to Tottenham Hotspur.

Journalist Dean Jones gave an internal report on Ange Postecoglou’s transfer plans, including their prospects of obtaining the German international, to GIVEMESPORT. Tottenham Hotspur has been linked to a deal for Real Madrid midfielder Toni Kroos.

The Spurs may decide not to add another player in the middle of the park unless they trade one of their current roster members. But having someone like Kroos in the team who has won titles before may be really helpful.

Toni Kroos could be a smart signing for Ange Postecoglou

Since Kroos’ current contract expires at the end of the current campaign, if Real Madrid is unable to secure a new agreement from the player, he may sign a pre-contract agreement with foreign teams in January. According to reports, Kroos is being pursued by Spurs, who are expected to be willing to pay a little amount to get rid of him and prevent him from going on a free transfer the following summer. According to the article, Kroos’ advisors are also supposed to reach out to Manchester United, Chelsea, and Arsenal in preparation for a possible winter window transfer.

Toni Kroos’ senior club career in numbers
Club Appearances Goals Assists Yellow cards Sent off
Real Madrid 430 28 92 52 1
Bayern Munich 205 24 49 27 0
Bayer Leverkusen 48 10 13 8 0
All statistics according to Transfermarkt

Having never played in England during his career, journalist Brown recently revealed to GIVEMESPORT that Kroos’ team has made it known that the 33-year-old would like to go to the Premier League. Kroos earns a handsome salary of £410k per week, according to Capology, which may be a significant concern for any potential suitor.

Kroos has managed to start seven games this season despite now having to contend with competition from players like Jude Bellingham, Aurelien Tchouameni, and Edouardo Camavinga for a spot in Carlo Ancelotti’s squad. The former player for Bayern Munich is demonstrating his ability to succeed at the highest level.

Dean Jones update

Spurs will probably have a lot of competition to sign Kroos if he is available in January for a low cost if they choose to pursue a deal. Even though the German midfielder is nearing the end of his career, one of the greatest teams in the world still often uses his experience, which is priceless.

Jones hinted that if Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg were to go, Spurs may be interested in adding a midfield player in January. The journalist does add, though, that given their current good fortune, Tottenham won’t want to be giving out final payoff contracts to aging players. Jones claimed in an interview with GIVEMESPORT…

“You don’t want to find yourself in a position where you have to offer big-name athletes their last salary contracts in an attempt to sell jerseys or attract new fans. Tottenham is currently a long way from that. They are doing well even without Harry Kane, the team’s hero. Their manager is a relatively unknown figure in international football. They will therefore need to exercise extreme caution.
Although I believe there are still a lot of things that need to happen before Tottenham would seriously consider signing him, I can see that they might be interested because they are considering adding a midfield player, especially if Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg departs.”

Spurs need to prepare for a difficult period

Spurs’ Premier League campaign has been relatively straightforward to start, but they now face a challenging stretch of games. The true test will come in the upcoming months, albeit we cannot discount Postecoglou’s team’s outstanding performances that have propelled them to the top of the Premier League standings.

The North London team will next play Chelsea, who, given some of their recent performances, may have been unlucky not to win more points. Before 2024, Spurs will also have to play Newcastle United at home and Manchester City away, in addition to contending with Aston Villa and Brighton & Hove Albion. Although there’s no reason their current form can’t continue, by the end of the season we’ll probably know whether the Spurs are serious title challengers.

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