Toni Kroos has admitted he might be hanging his boots soon and doesn’t see himself playing for many more years as it stands.
Kroos turned 30 in January and has literally won every prestigious competition a footballer can think of in his career.
Not just for his club but the German was also a star in the side that won the World Cup back in 2014.
For some players like Ronaldo, they seem to even get better with age and you just can’t stop them.
For Kroos, he is delighted with his achievements and has conceded he doesn’t have many more football years left in him.
“I’m 30 years old and it’s a good age to think – what more do I want?” he told Sportschau Club via Marca.
“[My career] won’t last much longer.
“I’m sure that I won’t play until I’m 38.”
“I’ve been here for more than five years and we’re very happy here,” he said.
“Our children go to school here and they’re also very happy.
“In the end, they will make the decision.”
Despite the thought of that, the German insisted he still wants to win many more trophies at Madrid.
“The feeling of winning a trophy is addictive. It’s why I’m still playing,” he said.
“The best example was the Champions League.
“It wasn’t normal to win it three times in a row.
“It was at this moment when we realised the hunger that we had inside our team.
“This hunger is coming back this season, without knowing where it will take us.”