Bayern Munich Midfielder Toni Kroos will not get any increase in his contract from Bayern Munich, the club has insisted. Bayern president said that the club will not increase their contract offer to the player who has been heavily linked with an imminent move away from the Allianz Arena to the Old Trafford in England.
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New President Karl who took over the club after the incarceration of former president Uli Hoeness over tax evasion offences, has warned the player that the deal would not always be on offer, thereby urging the player to decide on what he wants.
"There will certainly be further talks. But at some point the player has to say what he wants. Hofner said in an interview
"We will not exceed certain financial boundaries." Hofner confirmed, citing Micheal Ballack's example in 2006 when he left the German giants for English club Chelsea; he added, "It was the same with Michael Ballack and at some point we withdrew the offer."