Real Madrid midfielder Toni Kroos has admitted that he may retire from Germany duty following the 2020 European Championship. The 29-year-old has been a key player for club and country over the years and he appears determined to end his international career on a high by guiding the nation to Euro 2020 success next summer.
Speaking to Bild, Kroos acknowledged that winning the European Championship remains the prime target for next summer and he could thereafter consider hanging up the boots at the international level, he said: “Of course, winning the title is a big goal. After the tournament, it’s a good time to think about it.” Continue Reading
Spain international Sergio Ramos has said that he would like to end the 2019/2020 season on a high by going on to lift the European Championship title at the Wembley Stadium. The centre-back had a forgettable 2018/19 season for both club and country last term, but he is aiming to make amends as he embarks on another campaign.
Speaking to UEFA.com, Ramos spoke about the ambition of finding success with the former World Cup champions and said that he would relish the prospect of playing at San Mames. He added that he had not experienced the atmosphere at the Wembley and he would be delighted to make it to the latter stages of Euro 2020 and ultimately lift the crown.