Everything that Real Madrid will lose after the departure of Toni Kroos | Relief

Everything that Real Madrid will lose after the departure of Toni Kroos | Relief
Everything that Real Madrid will lose after the departure of Toni Kroos | Relief

Toni Kroos arrived at Real Madrid in the summer of 2014 after having won everything with Bayern Munich in Germany. At 24 years old, he became indisputable in the white team’s midfield, sharing a place with his inseparable Luka Modric.

A few years later, with Casemiro, the trident in the midfield became a reality. A decade after his arrival, the German midfielder has announced that will stop being a professional player after Euro 2024leaving a huge void in the hearts of all the Madrid fans who have been so excited by their football.

This season he has surpassed Cristiano Ronaldo and has become the fifth foreign footballer with the most appearances for Real Madrid (463), after Karim Benzema (648), Marcelo (546), Luka Modric (532) and Roberto Carlos (527). Also, right now adds the same official matches for the white club as Emilio Butragueño and he will surpass Roberto Carlos as the third foreign player with the most games played in the European Cup (110) after Luka Modric (120) and Karim Benzema (133).


Without a doubt, one of the competitions par excellence for Real Madrid in recent years and for Toni Kroos, in particular, has been the Champions League. This season he has once again demonstrated that, at 34 years old, he continued to manage the team’s game to his liking and stood out in an infinite number of metrics: the Champions League footballer with the most passes in the final third (106), the Real Madrid footballer with the most progressive passes (70), the one who created the most shooting actions (46), the second with the most interceptions (12), after Fede Valverde with 13 and the second with the most passes that generated an opportunity (20, after Bellingham with 21). He has excelled in both defensive and offensive aspects.

Since his arrival at the white club, he has been the Madrid player who has given the most goal assists in the First Division (71) And of all the players, only Leo Messi (98) and Luis Suárez (75) surpass him. Of those 71, 37 were in strategic plays (27 after a corner and 10 after a foul) and 34 in open play. He assisted 24 different players, highlighting Gareth Bale and Karim Benzema, with 9 assists each, and Sergio Ramos, to whom he ‘gave’ 8 goal balls.

With 22 titles with Real Madrid, Toni Kroos needs to put the cherry on top of this great season by winning the Champions League against Borussia Dortmund on June 1. We will see if this can be the culmination of the career of a footballer who has been exceptional.

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