Real Madrid striker Luka Jovic has opened up to the idea of leaving on loan this summer with AC Milan interested in signing him.
That is according to Marca, who cite injuries, a lack of adaptation and the incredible form of Karim Benzema as being factors in what was a difficult first year for Jovic following his big-money arrival from Ante Rebic’s old team Eintracht Frankfurt.
As a result, the Serbian is now studying the possibility of a loan move, as the Real Madrid management and head coach Zinedine Zidane have not given up on him but it is clear he needs regular first team football somewhere.
From Los Blancos’ point of view, they want the 22-year-old to play at a high level and would like to collect some money from a loan fee, while Jovic also wants to play making it a mutually beneficial arrangement.
The report cites Milan as having registered an interest, while Hertha Berlin and other Bundesliga clubs would like to offer Jovic ‘the comfort of familiar surroundings’.