Toni Kroos announces retirement: How many trophies has he won?

Real Madrid and Germany midfielder Toni Kroos announced his retirement from playing after the European Championship this summerthus ending one of the most decorated careers in modern football.

Kroos first began his professional career with German giant Bayern Munich in 2007 and continued to represent the team for seven years. In 2014, after helping the German national team win the World Cup, he moved to the Spanish capital.

He has been a key part of Madrid's midfield ever since, He spent ten trophy-laden seasons at the Santiago Bernabéu. He has won the Champions League four times with Real Madrid, in addition to the European title he won with Bayern as part of their treble-winning side of 2012/13.

How many titles has Toni Kroos won?

Throughout his stellar career Cross won 32 major championships. Among them, he won 10 titles with Bayern and 21 with Real Madrid. The 2014 World Cup with Germany completes his collection, although he could still win the Champions League with Real Madrid and this summer's European Nations Cup with Germany.

The final chapter of his career will be representing his country on home soil. Kroos initially retired from the German national team in 2021, but was tempted out of retirement to participate in Euro 2024.

Guys, short and painless: I will be playing for Germany again from March“,” Kross wrote announcing his decision earlier this year. “Why? Because the national coach asked me to, I am ready for it and I am sure that with the team at the European Championship it is possible to be a lot more than most people think!

When will Toni Kroos' last match with Real Madrid?

to MadridistaThe sudden news of Toni Kroos's imminent return to his position will come as a huge shock. Now 34, the German was certainly reaching the end of his remarkable career, but he was one of Madrid's best performers in a season in which they regained the La Liga title and still had a Champions League final to compete for.

The final match will be held against Borussia Dortmund Saturday, June 1, will be Kroos's last match for Real Madrid. Los Blancos He will enter the match favored to win and Kroos is aiming for a record sixth Champions League title.

His last match will come at the Santiago Bernabéu this weekend as Real Madrid end their domestic campaign by winning the title. The first leg against Real Betis is on Saturday, May 25. Neither team has anything to play for, but it will give Toni Kroos the opportunity to bid farewell to the stadium he has lit up for a decade.


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