German is contracted to the Bavarians until June 2015.
Under-pressure Premier League champions Manchester United have been handed a huge lift in their efforts to sign coveted Bayern Munich holding midfielder Toni Kroos at the end of the season, according to reports in the Daily Mirror.
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The Red Devils have been keeping close tabs on the highly rated Germany international for some time now, with new United head coach David Moyes known to be a huge fan of the player.
In fact, the Scot has even flown to Munich to watch Kroos in action first hand on several occasions already since the turn of the year.
And with United believed to be prepared to double what the 24-year-old is currently being paid by the Bundesliga champions in order to persuade Kroos to swap the Allianz Arena for Old Trafford next campaign, confidence is high in the north west that Moyes will get his man this summer.
That confidence, though, will have further increased after Kroos’s brother Felix revealed to Sky Germany: “We have already talked about it. Manchester has been the team of my dreams since I was a child.
“However, I don’t give him any advice. He will take a good decision for himself. There are worse situations than having to decide something like that.”