Forward prepared to bide him time.
Bayern Munich forward Toni Kroos has insisted that he is prepared to wait to sign a new deal at the club after hearing no new news of any fresh terms in the pipeline, Sky Sports reports.
The 23-year-old still has two years left to run on his current deal at the Alianz Arena, but there has been no news of the European champions offering him a new deal.
The midfielder’s place has come under increased threat this season as well, with the arrivals of Mario Goetze and Thiago Alcantara in the summer transfer window.
Still, Kroos has insisted that he is in no rush to put pen-to-paper on a new deal as he is in no rush to sign one.
“I am unable to make any significant statement at this point,” Kroos told Bild. “Thus far we have not been having any negotiations with Bayern Munich.
“Fact is I am under contract but I am able to imagine doing a lot of things.
“The best (thing) to do actually is to be patient, since I am aware that German players have very much gone up in the estimation of foreign clubs.”
Kroos first broke into the Bayern first team back in 2007, and bar a season-and-a-half long loan spell with Bayer Leverkusen, he has spent his entire career with the Bavarian giants, bagging 20 goals is 160 appearances.
Already on 36 appearances with the national team, he has become a central figure in Joachim Low’s plans and will almost be guaranteed a seat on the plane at next year’s World Cup.