Toni Kroos, one of the most talented midfielders of his generation, is set to retire after Euro 2024 this summer. With a career spanning 17 years, Kroos has played for top clubs like Bayern Munich and Real Madrid, showcasing his exceptional passing skills and goal-scoring ability.

Born in January 1990, Kroos is currently 34 years old and will be ending his career on a high note after a successful journey with his clubs and the German national team. His remarkable career includes winning seven league titles, four domestic cups, and six Champions League trophies, making him one of the most decorated midfielders in football history.

Kroos has also been an integral part of Germany’s national team, earning 109 caps and scoring 17 goals. His return to the national team in 2024 was a fitting end to his illustrious career, following a revival season with Real Madrid in 2023/24.

Known for his exceptional passing accuracy and calm presence on the ball, Kroos has been a key player in Germany’s 2014 World Cup triumph and reached the semifinals of the Euros twice. His achievements include reaching the top 10 of the Ballon d’Or voting in 2014, highlighting his impact on the game.

Throughout his career, Kroos has amassed an impressive collection of trophies, including six Champions League titles, joint-most in history, and 32 club trophies in total. His accolades include domestic titles with Bayern Munich and Real Madrid, as well as international success with Germany in the 2014 World Cup.

As he prepares to bid farewell to the footballing world, Kroos leaves behind a legacy of excellence and professionalism that will be remembered for years to come. His influence on the game, both at the club and international level, cements his status as one of the greatest midfielders of his generation.