AC Milan are ready to re-ignite their interest in Real Madrid striker Luka Jovic during the summer transfer window, according to a report.
According to Calciomercato.com, doubts over the future of Zlatan Ibrahimovic means that Milan have been forced to probe the ground regarding a number of potential replacements, with Jovic being one of them.
In January Boban and Maldini had had more than one contact with Real Madrid to try to find an agreement. Florentino Perez opposed the transfer because he could not see a €60million investment leave just a few months later.
However, things have not got any better and now the chances of Jovic leaving are high. His friend Ante Rebic is pushing for the pair to reunite after their partnership at Eintracht Frankfurt, with the duo having amassed 55 goals and 15 assists in two seasons together.
The track leading to Jovic remains complicated for Milan because Real Madrid, with regards to all the clubs concerned, have laid out conditions. Florentino Perez would consider a transfer only if there is the inclusion of a buy-back clause, plus the player earns a salary of €5m.
Jovic’s name remains on Milan’s agenda, a difficult but not impossible goal. Maybe they could also take advantage of the excellent relationships with agent Fali Ramadani, the same of Rebic, who could facilitate the start of a more concrete discussion.