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Manchester United target Kroos told he can decide his own future

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Bayern Munich boss Pep Guardiola has revealed that midfield ace Toni Kroos can decide his own future this summer. 

As reported by, the Bavarians manager has insisted that he wants the German international to stay with the club beyond the end of this season.

Kroos has played a key role in Bayern's defence of the Bundesliga title in this campaign and now appears to be a priority transfer target for Manchester United boss David Moyes. 

The Manchester United boss is expected to make a number of changes to his squad in the summer and reports have already suggested that the Red Devils have opened talks with the German outfit regarding a switch. 

However, Guardiola has admitted that the star's future is in his own hands. Speaking to reporters, the Bayern manager said: “I want Toni to stay. Kalle [Rummenigge] and Matthias [Sammer] want him to stay as well. He is a superb player and can decide for himself. We want him to stay."

It remains to be seen as to whether Manchester United boss David Moyes can persuade the highly rated German star to join the club and fans of the Premier League champions will be hoping that a number of new stars will arrive in the up coming market. 

Manchester United have struggled in the midfield department this season, with Marouane Fellaini having disappointed since arriving at the club last summer. The likes of Michael Carrick and Tom Cleverley have also struggled and haven't been able to replicate their form of the 2012/13 title-winning season. 

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