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Kroos' future remains unresolved

Bayern Munich midfielder Toni Kroos talks about his contract situation and explains that he will make his decision in the summer.

Toni Kroos is yet to sign a new contract at Bayern Munich despite fellow Germany internationals Thomas Muller and Philipp Lahm extending their current deals with the club.

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Kroos, who has been linked with a move to Manchester United, is understood to have turned down Bayern's first offer. The midfielder is thought to have suggested his own terms but the two parties have not yet reached a compromise.

Muller signed a new contract which keeps him at the club until 2019, while Lahm, 30, has committed the rest of his playing days to the Bundesliga champions after agreeing a deal to 2018.

"There's nothing new to report," Kroos told a news conference as reported by the Daily Mail on Wednesday. "With respect to the time before the World Cup, nothing at all has changed.

"If anything does happen, then you will all find out. Congratulations to Philipp and Thomas for their decisions and extensions."

Kroos had been a target for former Manchester United manager David Moyes, but new boss Louis van Gaal last month ended the club's interest in the 24-year-old. But with only one year left on Kroos' current deal, Bayern could still opt to sell the player this summer rather than risk losing him on a free transfer at the end of next season.

United were disappointed during last summer's transfer window, when deals for Cesc Fabregas and Thiago Alcantara collapsed after weeks of speculation.

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