German star Toni Kroos, midfielder of Real Madrid’s first team, made an interesting statement about the team’s white jersey.
The Royal Club this season is mainly betting on the classic white color for which it is famous, with a shirt collar, as well as modern touches.
At the beginning of the season, the club, in agreement with Adidas, announced a new uniform with a classic design, traditional white combined with purple around the neck and three Adidas stripes on the shoulders.
Toni Kroos has made an exciting statement about the club jersey!
Toni Kroos, a first-team player, stated during his podcast that he did not like the Royal Club jersey, as he sharply criticized it, calling it dirty.
“This season we have a shirt collar again,” Kroos said. “The polo system is not suitable for shirts.”
He continued, “It’s a huge mess, collared shirts are not nice and ugly and don’t give any comfort.”
It is worth noting that the German star has been known lately for criticizing many things in European football through his podcast, accompanied by his brother Felix.
Real Madrid are second in La Liga with 52 points from 23 matches, 16 wins, 4 draws and 3 losses.