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Toni Kroos: English Premier League is not the best in the world

Interesting feature: Photo by NurPhoto/Getty Images This year, no Premier League clubs have won an international title. Kroos supports the idea of a European Super League. Toni Kroos believes the English Premier League is not the best in the world. According to the German midfielder, the English Premier League can only boast about having money but has yet to win major European titles. Check out news tailored to YOU by using the “Recommended for you” block and have fun!” “Thank God, not all players are only concerned with money, but also with winning a lot of titles and growing.” Real Madrid are the reigning UEFA Champions League champions, having defeated Liverpool in the season finale in 2021/22. For years, TV money has been significantly higher in England, but this has not resulted in English teams winning everything. The German midfielder has dismissed the notion that the Premier League is superior to all other major European leagues due to its large TV broadcast rights fee. Toni Kroos, a Real Madrid midfielder, has mocked the English Premier League’s acclaimed superiority over other top European leagues. Toni Kroos and Real Madrid have won the UEFA Champions League and UEFA Super Cup this season. Real Madrid midfielder Toni Kroos is unconcerned about the English Premier League’s dominance, as expressed by league supporters. Kroos has now slammed the English Premier League, claiming that they have yet to win an international trophy this year and that players who want to win trophies prefer to play in other leagues, according to Marca. Toni Kroos, in the meantime Toni Kroos of Real Madrid takes a subtle jab at Casemiro. SportsBrief.com is the source. The Super League, according to the 32-year-old German midfielder, is something that should have been in place a long time ago. Toni has come out in support of the European Super League proposal, which was first floated in 2021 and immediately enraged soccer fans across the continent, according to Football Espana. Kroos, on the other hand, admitted that he does not believe it will happen while he is still a player because the football world has never fully accepted the concept. Toni Kroos mocked former teammate and current Manchester United midfielder Casemiro about playing in the Europa League, according to Sports Brief. Kroos revealed on his podcast that he was surprised by Casemiro’s decision to switch from the UEFA Champions League to the Europa League. After matching Los Blancos’ asking price of €70.7 million, the Brazilian midfielder completed a shock move to the English Premier League giants.

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