Toni Kroos surprises with Germany return ahead of Euro 2024

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Toni Kroos

Prior to the summer’s European Championship, Toni Kroos, a midfielder for Real Madrid, will rejoin the Germany national team, he announced on social media on Thursday.

The 34-year-old Kroos, who gave up playing football for his country in 2021, had stated earlier this month that he was thinking about moving before Germany hosts Euro 2024.

“Guys, quick and easy: I’m playing for Germany again starting in March,” Kroos wrote on Instagram.

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“Why not? I’m game because the national coach requested me to, and I’m confident that we can accomplish far more with the squad at the European Championships than most people think.

Between 2010 and 2021, Kroos made 106 appearances for Germany, scoring 17 goals. He was a vital player of the squad that won the World Cup in Brazil in 2014.

After receiving backlash for his actions during the Euro 2020 tournament—where England defeated Germany in the round of 16—he announced his retirement.

Real Madrid has been playing at its highest level of the player’s career this season, and that has helped them win La Liga.

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