The future of Luka Jovic is far from Real Madrid. Right now, the Serbian hasn’t persuaded anyone in his first season and the white team will welcome a departure from the striker this summer, who came from Eintracht Frankfurt in 2019 right 60 million euros.
Arsenal has reactivated interest in the player and joined Milan in the race for his signing, according to The Sun. For the 2021/2022 season, the Italians offered a move with a compulsory purchase of about EUR 40 million.
In addition to his poor white shirt data this year, only 2 goals in 24 games, Jovic has starred in several scandals in this containment for breaking his country’s law, he will even have to appear in court when the authorities deem it appropriate.
The Spanish coach seems to prefer keeping the brilliant footballer he showed in Germany, where he scored 27 goals in 48 games, 10 of them in the Europa League.
If this summer’s skipper Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang opts to leave the club, Arsenal will transfer for Real Madrid striker Luka Jovic.
Aubameyang has been linked to movements to Real Madrid and Barcelona in recent weeks, despite reports that he has declined a Gunner’s contract extension.
The current contract at the Emirates Stadium for the Gabonese international expires in June 2021, and if sold ahead of the new campaign they could demand €45 m for him.
Reports in Diario Sport say that if he moves on from North London, Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta has lined up Jovic as an alternative.
After last year’s move of 60 million euros from Eintracht Frankfurt, Jovic had a mixed first season in Spain.
Real Madrid may be open to a sale despite Jovic ‘s difficulties in La Liga but would seek to recover the bulk of the fee they paid less than 12 months ago.
Series A club AC Milan is also reported to be keen on the Serbian international and could compete with Arteta ‘s side with a €45 m offer for a quickfire.