German is reportedly one of the lowest-paid players at the Bundesliga champions at present.
Bayern Munich chairman Karl Heinz Rummenigge has confirmed that holding midfielder Toni Kroos “is sure” to still be at the Allianz Arena next season, despite interest in the player from Premier League champions Manchester United of late, according to reports in the Daily Mirror.
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The coveted Germany international has a contract with the Uefa Champions League holders that only runs until June 2015, although as yet the player has still be offered a new deal to extend his stay in Bavaria.
And as result of that delay in tying the defensive midfielder a new contract, rumours have been rife in recent weeks linking the player with a big-money move to Old Trafford this summer, with the Red Devils said to be preparing a lucrative deal worth a whopping £250,000 per week in order to entice Kross to the Premier League.
However, ahead of the two European giants’ meeting in the first leg of their Uefa Champions League quarter-final at the Theatre of Dreams on Tuesday nigh, Bayern’s supremo revealed: “Toni Kroos is sure to wear Bayern Munich’s shirt next year.”