Toni Kroos would have no problem adapting to the rigours of the Premier League – according to his brother Felix.
Real Madrid midfielder Kroos’ future at the Bernabeu is unclear after various reports have linked the German World Cup winner with a move to the Premier League.
Kroos has reportedly attracted the attentions of Premier League clubs, Manchester Utd and Arsenal.
The midfielder has made 63 La Liga appearances and scored three goals. However he is best known for being a deep-lying midfield playmaker with his pinpoint accurate passes and also his long range shooting – as Arsenal and England fans will testify to.
Felix Kroos, who is on loan at Union Berlin from Werder Bremen feels his brother would have no problem adapting anywhere.
He said: “I don’t think England would be a problem for Toni. The only adjustment would be missing Christmas.
“If you are able to play a great ball, you’ll fit in anywhere. There is always a lot of talk around England and Spain. You should only believe it when it is certain.”
However according to Sky Sports, Real Madrid are keen on coming the German international.