Luka Jovic has not had a good start to his AC Milan career as he is yet to get off the mark, but he is determined to make it work for more than one reason.
Calciomercato.com recall that Jovic has only 223 minutes played for Milan spread over seven league matches. Despite this, Jovic continues to consider the decision to join the club in the summer to be the right one.
It is no coincidence that he also told his entourage that he does not intend to leave in January, but in the next month and a half some positive signs must come in order to convince Giorgio Furlani and Geoffrey Moncada – but above all Stefano Pioli – to keep faith in him.
On Saturday Fiorentina arrive at San Siro, the club with whom Jovic scored 13 goals in 50 games last season. Without the suspended Giroud, Pioli is thinking of giving him a start in what he hopes will be a turning point.
Jovic was not called up by Serbia for the Euro 2024 qualifying matches over the current international break, which means he has remained at Milanello, but he knows that doing well at Milan will make Dragan Stojković include him in his squad list for the European Championships in Germany.