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Kroos remains happy at Bayern

Bayern Munich star Toni Kroos reiterated that he is 'very happy' at the club, but admits he is still yet to agree a new contract.

Last Updated: 06/02/14 at 11:22 Post Comment

Toni Kroos: Happy at Bayern Munich

Toni Kroos: Happy at Bayern Munich

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The 24-year-old Germany international midfielder is a key figure for both Munich and Germany, but his club future has been the subject of speculation in recent months after talks over a new deal stalled.

Kroos's current contract runs to 2015, and he insists there is nothing to worry about, but with Manchester United strongly linked and David Moyes making personal checks on him, reports continue to suggest that he could leave the Allianz Arena this summer.

But the player has taken to his own Facebook page to reiterate his situation at the club.

His statement read: "Hey folks, there has been much said on my future in the game in the last few days. There were many rumours.

"But you should not believe in every report from some newspaper. It's a fact I am very happy playing for Bayern.

"My sporting situation as a first-team regular is very good! It's also a fact we were unable to agree a new deal right now.

"My current contract is to be valid until 2015, so this is not the very big problem. We will see what the future is like. My full focus is on the sporting aspect.

"Though I want us to finish this season as successful as we finished last season!"

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