Kroos: "Messi to Real Madrid? He would have to have balls"

"I don't think I was capable of doing that," he said on the 'Einfach bad luppen' podcast. He added: "If a player of his caliber leaves your biggest rival, we wouldn't be too sorry."


Toni Kroos usually keeps his fans up to date with all the news through Einfach mal luppen, a podcast that he maintains with his brother Felix. In the last edition, the German midfielder of Real Madrid also spoke about the soap opera around Leo Messi and revealed that, as a Real Madrid player, he would not dislike if the Argentine star ended up putting an end to his stage at Camp Nou.

During his talk with Felix, a footballer who plays for the Berlin Union, Toni admitted that the news about Messi's desire to leave the club of his life "surprised him". However, the world champion with the Mannschaft, precisely, would not put stones in the way. "Messi is one of the best of all time. If a player of his caliber stops playing for your greatest rival, it is clear that we would not regret it too much," he explained.When the two brothers started arguing about Messi's possible fate, Toni admitted that he doesn't have "any kind of inside information. I think the most likely would be Pep and City." What the midfielder is clear about is that he will not change the Camp Nou for the Santiago Bernabéu. "I don't think I was capable of doing that," he said of the remote option that Leo would end up signing for Real Madrid. "To say it in Spanish: for that you have to have balls," concluded Toni.

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