The Germany international midfielder has been linked with a move to Manchester United, with his deal in Bavaria running down.
The talk of Manchester United’s interest in Bayern Munich midfielder Toni Kroos has been increasing in recent weeks, with the Premier League champions keen to add creativity to their side ahead of next season.
The Germany international is out of contract with the Bundesliga giants in the summer of 2015, with talk that he could well leave the Allianz Arena this summer.
Franz Beckenbauer is the latest to have his say on the talented playmaker’s contract situation, and has suggested that the German club will not break the bank to keep Kroos at the club.
“You have to make a decision as a club when someone's demands are going through the roof,” the German legend told Sky.
“There is not a single player who's worth changing your entire wage structure for.
"Nobody's indispensable. If the player wants to stay at Bayern, I can only advise him not to overplay his hand."
United seem almost guaranteed to move for Kroos should his situation at Bayern not become resolved, and have proven that they are willing to break the bank to sign quality in the case of Juan Mata and with Wayne
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