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Firstly, Toni Kroos has finally confirmed what many outlets were speculating throughout the tournament: that he will indeed be joining Real Madrid.Previous United boss David Moyes had been trying to sign Kroos for sometime but failed to do so.To make room for Kroos, Real will be offloading another one of their midfielders and it will likely be Kroos's Germany teammate Sami Khedira that will have to make way.The Gunners have reportedly submitted a 23 million pound ($39 million) bid for the defensive midfielder and Real Madrid are expected to accept.The addition of Kroos would likely reduce Khedira's playing his time further.Lastly, one more German may be joining the Premier League as The Guardian reports that Liverpool are submitting a 45 million pound offer for Borussia Dortmund's Marco Reus.
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