Kroos Departs Real Madrid, Eyes Post-Football Projects

Toni Kroos, the revered German midfielder, played his penultimate match for Real Madrid on Saturday, marking a poignant farewell at the Santiago Bernabeu stadium.

The 34-year-old announced his retirement earlier this month, with his final bow as a professional footballer coming after the upcoming European Championship in his home nation.

Kroos is expected to return to Madrid after hanging up his boots, according to Diario AS. He has a slate of projects lined up beyond the pitch.

One venture is the continuation of his popular podcast, “Einfach mal Luppen,” co-hosted with his brother Felix.

The weekly show enjoys a significant following and is likely to remain a fixture for fans even after Kroos’ retirement.

Kroos is also set to fully launch the “Toni Kroos Academy,” a project trademarked alongside “KR8S” and “TK8.”

The academy’s mobile version debuted in 2021, with a physical location planned for September at the esteemed Las Encinas Club in Boadilla del Monte.

Despite his retirement, Kroos’ loyalty to Real Madrid remains strong.

He intends to stay connected with the club, undoubtedly keeping a close eye on his former teammates, ensuring his legacy in the sport endures.

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