Real Madrid midfielder Toni Kroos could make a move to Manchester United this summer, if Los Blancos fail to win a trophy at the end of the season, according to reports in Spain.

Spanish outlet Diario Gol claims that the German international could leave Santiago Bernabeu this summer if they cannot win a trophy- which is looking highly probable after their dip of form in the recent weeks.

Real Madrid are already out of Copa del Rey while they are currently second in the La Liga behind Barcelona despite playing a game less. They have looked good in the Champions League so far but could be drawn against a tougher side in the quarterfinals of the elite competition which could decide their season.

Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho is a huge admirer of the world cup winner as the German is arguably the best midfielder in the world at the moment and was close to joining Manchester United before switching to Real Madrid from Bayern Munich.

The Red Devils are desperate to land the German world cup winner as he is viewed as an ideal replacement for departing Michael Carrick, who will be out of contract at the end of the season.

Former Manchester United manager David Moyes revealed last year: “Toni Kroos was agreed to come in the summer. I had agreed to it with Toni himself and his agent.”

However, Toni Kroos remains happy with the Spanish giants so far this season but if things pan out the way in which Real goes trophyless then the player might very well make a switch to Old Trafford as Manchester United are ready to make a big money move for the 27-year old.

Mourinho would have a rich central midfield as Toni Kroos would be an ideal partner for Paul Pogba in the middle which will, in turn, help the Frenchman to excel in advanced positions. The Red Devils are set for another summer spending spree as they look to bring in more big names to the club with Manchester United looking poised to get back to Champions League next year.

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