The German midfielder told how the signing of the Argentine star by PSG affected his team and was optimistic about the possible incorporation of Kylian Mbappé.
The signing of Lionel Messi by PSG continues to make people talk, and among all the voices that were heard, it was the turn of one of the referents who remained at Real Madrid after the departure of their captain Sergio Ramos.
On this occasion, Toni Kroos was the one who spoke about the departure of one of his main direct rivals in dialogue with his brother during the Einfach mal Luppen podcast, which they have together.
The German midfielder assured that the transfer from Rosario to the Parisian team meant something good, not only because FC Barcelona has been left without its excellent star but because it could benefit them in the future with significant incorporation.
"Maybe the transfer has something good because our biggest competitor has lost his best player," Kroos acknowledged while talking to his brother Felix, adding: "Also, with all this Messi business, maybe even more good things will come out as a result. . Maybe something will come from Paris (a player) if that really happened it would certainly not be a disadvantage for us ...".
With these statements, the former Bayern Munich hinted that he welcomes the possibility that Kylian Mbappé finally joins Real Madrid. This topic eclipses the leading international sports media these days.
This is not the first time that the German national team footballer has spoken out in favor of the possible incorporation of the young French star. At the beginning of August, he stated in an interview with Bild that Mbappé "is the most interesting player on the market and is not exactly cheap."
I like to talk about a transfer that is already complete, but as Real Madrid always wants the best, it will not surprise me," he said.
At the same time, on the podcast, they also touched the name of Cristiano Ronaldo. However, far from pronouncing his future, the German limited himself to revalidating that the Portuguese is the best player of his generation: "From my time, he is Cristiano. Of course, I am partial because it played a decisive role in winning many titles. "
When asked about the comparisons between the Portuguese and Lionel Messi, he limited himself to saying that with CR7, "we were not only teammates but also neighbors in the dressing room and in private. He lived next to my house. It was impressive to see how perfectionist he is. That is why it is out of my reach to name Messi".