In a TV interview with German Late Night show Late Night Berlin, Toni Kroos gave an update on his days of quarantine until now.
“We’re in good shape”, Kroos told the show.
”I’m not bored, as I’m sure you can imagine with three kids. Being at home is never boring with the children around.
”Whatever way you want to look at it, the main thing is that we are all fine.”
“Here at home I’ve been trying out a few different hairstyles but I only do it for my wife,” the German added.
“I have a lot of toilet paper here at home”.
Kroos also commented on the Euros and upcoming scheduling, basically saying all of that takes a backseat to the efforts needed to put COVID-19 to a halt:
”When the tournament is played is the least of our worries at the moment,” he said.
”For now, the most important thing is getting rid of this invisible enemy and for our lives to return to normality.”