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Kroos calm over Bayern deal

Toni Kroos insists he is staying patient over contract talks with Bayern Munich despite not hearing anything about a new deal from the European champions.

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Toni Kroos: Calm over contract situation at Bayern Munich

Toni Kroos: Calm over contract situation at Bayern Munich

German international Kroos still has two years to run on his current contract at the Allianz Arena and there have been no indications from the club as yet about opening talks over an extension.

The 23-year-old admits he is not worried about the situation and is in no rush to sign a new deal at Bayern.

"I am unable to make any significant statement at this point," Kroos told Bild. "Thus far we have not been having any negotiations with Bayern Munich.

"Fact is I am under contract but I am able to imagine doing a lot of things.

"The best (thing) to do actually is to be patient, since I am aware that German players have very much gone up in the estimation of foreign clubs."

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