Toni Kroos made an effort to allay fears after he retired from training on Tuesday with an injury. The German felt pain in his left ankle and left the field at UCLA to seek treatment where the medical staff assessed the injury.
On Wednesday, he sent a message on Twitter saying it was "Nothing serious. Give me some days." He will not be available for the clash against Manchester City with Mateo Kovacic set to stand in in his place.
Real Madrid fans will be keen to make sure he is ready for the European and Spanish Super Cups and fans will also want to see him playing in El Clásico on the 29th in Miami as a teaser for the next to Clásicos in August to start the season right.
Nothing serious. Give me some days.— Toni Kroos (@ToniKroos) 26 de julio de 2017