Real Madrid tell Manchester United to pay €120m for Toni Kroos

Real Madrid tell Manchester United to pay €120m for Toni Kroos

- Manchester United will have a chance to sign their target Toni Kroos this summer

- The EPL club side have been told to pay €120 million for the signature of the Germany international

- He was a member of the Germany squad that crashed out of the FIFA World Cup in Russia at the group stage

Premier League giants Manchester United have been handed a boost in their pursuit for Real Madrid star Toni Kroos this summer.

The Red Devils' boss Jose Mourinho has expressed his admiration for the 2014 World Cup winning midfielder as he hopes to strengthen his squad ahead of the coming season.

However, the current Champions League holders have reportedly informed the English topflight side to pay €120 million in a bid to sign their target according to Tribal Football citing Don Balon.

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Unlike the previous price slammed on the player by the most successful club in Europe owing to the number of the UCL titles they have won (13).

Mourinho has earlier this summer made enquiry about the Germany international after being told his teammate, Gareth Bale, is now off the market.

Meanwhile, the Old Trafford outfit feel a fee around €80 million would be ideal to offer for the 28-year-old, whose deal with the Santiago Bernabeu side expires in the summer of 2022.

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The 28-year-old joined Los Blancos in the summer of 2014 from Bundesliga side Bayern Munich in a £22.50 million deal.

Meanwhile, with United planning to beef up their squad for the coming league season, they have made the 2014 World Cup winning player one of their major signing to replace outgoing Michael Carrick at the end of this season.

This will be the second time the Red Devils will be bidding for the German player, having failed with their first offer in 2014 when he joined the Galacticos.

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