Manchester United have been handed a massive boost in their pursuit of Tony Kroos after the Bayern Munich star that moving to the Premier League is a real possibility.
The 24-year-old midfielder has entered the final 16 months of his contract and with the negotiations over a renewal reportedly stalled, this summer will be Bayern's last chance to reap a profit from his sale.
Manchester United are planning a massive overhaul at the end of the season and the German star has been earmarked as David Moyes' main summer target, after he tried to sign the midfielder during the January transfer window.
And Kroos has increased the speculation over a summer move to Old Trafford, by admitting that he is keen on moving to England.
"I have not decided my future yet. But it is no secret that the Premier League is a possibility for me," Kroos said as quoted by L'Equipe.
Furthermore, he reveals that he will consider a move to Manchester United even if the Premier League holders fail to secure the top four.
"I will consider all offers, even from those teams that do not participate in the next Champions League," he said.
Meanwhile, Bayern are contuing talks to convince Kroos to commit his future to his current club but reports claimed recently that he has already turned down one offer from the Champions League holders as Bayern has refused to meet his wage demands.
But Bayern's financial director Jan-Christian Dreesen recently claimed that they are planning to up his offer to convince him to stay.
"We are ready to keep on discussing with Toni Kroos and I am hoping to be able to see these talks end successfully," he said.
"We are about putting up something substantial in this respect. We really want to appreciate the performance of Toni.We are serious and sustainable. At our club you will enjoy success."
Meanwhile, reports in Germany suggested earlier last week that Bayern are already monitoring Borussia Dortmund star Ilkay Gundogan should Kroos finally decide to leave the Allianz Arena.