Forward buying into the Guardiola philosophy.Bayern Munich forward Toni Kroos has said that he does not have a problem with the club’s now rotation system that is being implemented by coach Pep Guardiola, Sky Sports reports.
The 23-year-old played just 20 minutes of the club’s 2-0 victory over FC Nurnberg at the weekend, prompting speculation that he was not in his new manager’s plans and therefore could seek a move away from the club soon.
However, he has moved to wave away those rumours by insisting he is not worried about not starting every game, especially under new management.
Kroos told kicker-Sportmagazin: “It’s pretty usual to not start every match. We have to use a rotation scheme.
“I have two years left on my contract and if the club wants to keep me, they have to get in touch with me about that.
“It’s not me getting in touch with them. Everyone who knows football is aware that two years is no lifetime in football.”
Kroos played a major part in Bayern’s European and domestic domination last season by bagging nine goals in 37 appearances across all competitions, continuing the same form that has seen him become another of the latest exciting generation of German youngsters.