Amid speculation over the future destination of out-of-contract Real Madrid winger Toni Kroos, 33, Tottenham have emerged as a possible destination. Reports have emerged from Cross’s entourage that he has shown a strong interest in a move to the Premier League.
Paul Brown, a reporter for British outlet GiveMeSports, said on Tuesday (Feb. 2), “Cross is receiving offers from clubs around Europe. His representatives have said he wants to play in the Premier League, which has attracted a lot of attention. No one has confirmed it yet, but Cross is a player that many clubs in the Premier League have coveted and tried to sign.” 카지노사이트
In recent days, Real Madrid has been linked with the imminent re-signings of Federico Valverde, 25, and Eduardo Camabinga, 20. Add to that the arrival of Aurélien Chouaményi (23), and you’ve got a lot of changes in the backline of the midfield. Luka Modric (38), a key figure in the club’s golden era, is seeing his time on the pitch dwindle.
While Modric has been vocal about his dissatisfaction with his position, Cross has remained silent. However, the time has come for Cross to decide his future. After signing a one-year contract last summer, Cross will become a free agent next summer. With his skill set, there are plenty of teams that will be interested in him when he hits the market.
Multiple outlets, including The Sun and Team Talk, have reported that Tottenham have expressed interest in signing Cross. Tottenham believes that the addition of a player with “winning” experience to their young squad would have a synergistic effect. Furthermore, with Yves Bissouma (27) and Pape Sarr (21) leaving for the Africa Cup of Nations in January, the midfield is in need of reinforcement.
Real Madrid are willing to part with Cross, who is out of contract, for a small fee. In addition to Spurs, Arsenal, Manchester City, Manchester United, Newcastle United, and Chelsea are among the other Premier League clubs monitoring Cross’s movements.
However, the possibility of a re-signing hasn’t completely disappeared. “He’s 33 years old, and he doesn’t play a key role like he used to,” says journalist Paul Brown. “He’s 33 years old, he’s not a key player like he used to be, and his contract is coming to an end, so I think that’s why there’s talk,” said Paul Brown. “I wouldn’t be surprised if he decides to sign a new contract and stays at Real Madrid, he’s playing for Real Madrid.
The German international midfielder is a ‘world-class’ central midfielder with excellent reading of the game and two-footed passing ability to deliver accurate passes in any situation. He also has a powerful shot that can put opponents on the back foot. Since joining Real Madrid in 2014, Crosby has had a stellar career, winning 19 trophies.