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Join WTFoot and discover everything you want to know about his current girlfriend or wife, his shocking salary and the amazing tattoos that are inked on his body. Find out what house the German centre midfielder lives in or have a quick look at his cars!
January 4th, 1990
1.83 m (6 ft 0 in)
Kroos Salary & Net Worth Revealed
How much does he earn?
In May 2019 the centre midfielder signed a contract with Real Madrid that nets him a whopping salary of 19.5 Million Euro (17.3 Million Pound) per year. We have crunched the numbers, this means he earns €96,669 (£85,892) per day and €4,028 (£3,579) per hour!
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Net Worth & Market Value
170 Million Euro (151 Million Pound)
60 Million Euro (53 Million Pound)
The German midfield maestro has played only ever played for two clubs; one the biggest in Germany, Bayern Munich; the other, the biggest in Spain and possibly the world, Real Madrid. Over the course of his career he has conjured up a net worth in excess of €170 million (£151 million); the midfielder might be nearing close to his thirties but his market value is still worth well over €60 million (£53 million).
When the German came to Spain back in 2014 he had little to no ink on his body; five-years on he's got the entirety of his left sleeve painted with dedications to his family and loved ones. (Image: Instagram)
5 years and counting! The adorable couple were in a long-term relationship prior to getting married on 13 June 2015 in their homeland of Germany. (Image: Instagram)
Toni Kroos - Jessica
Jessica and her husband being interviewed at their home in Madrid as a part of the German midfielder's autobiographical film. (Image: Instagram)
Family - Get to know them
Son - Leon
Leon cuddling in bed with his adorable sister Amelie! The brother and sister duo are regularly seen in stadiums around the world supporting their daddy on the field. (Image: Instagram)
Kroos Car - What does he drive?
The German midfielder momentarily stepping out of his sweet automobile to bring attention to his charity project Toni Kroos Stifung, which provides help for children with disabilities. (Image: Instagram)
House - Where does he live?
Location: Madrid, Spain
Jessica at home in the Spanish capital with her daughter Amelie. Amelie's already got a football with her, maybe we'll see her represent the Germany in the future? (Image: Instagram)
Born in Greifswald, East Germany, he is considered to be one of the best midfielder’s of his generation. Beginning his youth career with local club Greifswalder SC, he moved to Bayern Munich’s academy in 2006; he was promoted to the first-team shortly thereafter, making his debut in Bayern’s midfield as a teenager, and providing two assists in a 5-0 win over Energie Cottbus on 26 September 2007. On his return to Bayern after a successful year-long loan spell at Bayer Leverkusen he established himself as a first-team regular; a formidable partnership with compatriot Bastian Schweinsteiger at the heart of Bayern’s midfield saw a return of 24 goals and 49 assists in 205 appearances; culminating in the club completing a historic treble that included the Bundesliga, DFB-Pokal and UEFA Champions League in the 2012/13 season. On 17 July 2014, after conquering all Germany had to offer, the midfielder moved to Spanish giants Real Madrid seeking a new challenge. Success followed suit with the midfielder winning the UEFA Super Cup on his debut, following a victory over Sevilla. Once again the heartbeat of his side’s midfield the German motored Real Madrid to an unprecedented hat-trick of UEFA Champions League titles, as well as a La Liga crown. He totalled 237 appearances for the Los Blancos, scoring 14 goals and providing 59 assists. On the international stage he starred in midfield as Germany lifted the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil.
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