The 31-year-old German joined Real Madrid in 2014 and has made more than 300 appearances for Los Blancos; This number of games means that he has played for this team more than any other German in Real Madrid's history.
Kroos has toldReal Madrid TV
“I try to give my best in every game and every pass I make that doesn't reach my team-mate annoys me
“I try to strive for perfection in this sense, although you can never be perfect.
“I practice it and I've been working on it continuously for many years.
“As I've always said, my idea is to retire here and that's what I'm going to try to do.”
Kroos has made 309 appearances for Real Madrid, winning two La Liga titles and three Champions League titles.
It's something special
,” he added on another notable achievement.
“When you look at the Germans who have played here you realise that they are big names: Netzer, Schuster or Stielike.
“Overtaking Stielike, who is a club legend, makes me really happy. It's a special record and I'm delighted to get to this point.”
In 2019,Toni Kroos
extended his contract until the summer of 2023.