Real Madrid striker Luka Jovic has made the decision to rejoin former club Eintracht Frankfurt on loan, a report from Spain claims.
Pioli stated during an interview with DAZN earlier in the week that he feels he is well stocked in the attacking department thanks to the positive signs shown in preseason by Lorenzo Colombo.
However, there are sources that believe Milan will see what opportunities are available late in the window to give Pioli some help in the forward department, with Luka Jovic arriving on loan a possibility not to be excluded.
Despite this, Spanish outlet EFE (via MilanNews) claims that the Serbia international has other priorities and instead decided to return to Eintracht Frankfurt.
It was in the German team where Jovic showed his best qualities as a finisher, scoring 36 goals in two seasons, before moving on to Real Madrid for around €60m.
Now it seems possible for him to return, on a paid loan, to a team which already boasts André Silva as an option up front.