AC Milan are looking at two possible options to get a deal done for Real Madrid striker Luka Jovic this summer, a report claims.
According to il Corriere dello Sport (via MilanLive), agent Fali Ramadani is Milan’s trump card in negotiations. He also represents Ante Rebic and helped bring him to Milan last summer, and he could do the same with Jovic.
It won’t be that simple this time, as the paper reveals the complex nature of the operation. First of all there is the fact that Real Madrid paid €60million last summer to sign Jovic, and their aim is to recover at least a good part of that money.
The asking price is therefore €40-50m, and the Rossoneri’s owners Elliott Management Corporation have set a summer budget of around €75million plus half of the money from sales that will come.
There are two options: one is to include a buy-back clause in favour of the LaLiga side, and the other is to try for a two-year loan with option to buy.
The intent of the club is to re-unite the Rebic-Jovic tandem who did very well at Eintracht Frankfurt between 2017 and 2019. The availability of Real would also be there, but after the exploits of Theo Hernandez, this time they will keep their eyes peeled.