Toni Kroos’ future is still in the dark after his agent has denied any solid offer from Manchester United despite only having a season left on his current contract and being heavily linked with United in recent months, Skysports claims.
From a statement released by the the German international a month ago, Kroos admitted that Premier League football was an ‘option’ and moving to Manchester without hopes of Champions League football isn’t a factor that can alter his mind for a potential transfer.
Reports from various camps have stated that the Red Devils were prepared to offer Kroos a deal of £200,000 a week in order to secure his signature during the summer, in what is said to be a squad overhaul with David Moyes trying to rebuild a brand new team.
In regards to this, Kroos’ agent Volker Struth played down these claims as he announced that the 24-year-old midfielder will remain at the Allianz Arena come next season.
“We have not received any official contract offer [from Manchester United],” Struth told BILD.
“There is also no need to submit an offer as Toni will be with Bayern Munich until June 2015.”
However, Bayern Munich has recently confirmed the signing of Sebastian Rode from Eintracht Frankfurt in what is said to be a replacement buy to fill the void should Kroos decide to continue his career elsewhere.
Bayern continues to say that German midfielder will not be leaving the club this summer, as they hope he would soon sign a new contract putting off all transfer inquiries.
Guardiola said: “We want to carry on with Toni Kroos. Still, it will be his decision in the end.”