Hertha Berlin have joined AC Milan and Chelsea in the race to land Real Madrid striker Luka Jovic, according to a report from Spain.
The Rossoneri have been persistently linked with a move for Jovic over the past few weeks as they look to give incoming manager Ralf Rangnick a new centre-forward to work with amid doubts over the future of Zlatan Ibrahimovic.
A number of striker targets have been mentioned such as Myron Boadu, Victor Osimhen and Arkadiusz Milik, but Jovic is the one who has been linked most.
Mundo Deportivo (via MilanNews) reported earlier in the week that Chelsea are also thinking about making a move for Jovic having asked Real Madrid for information on the Serbia international.
According to MARCA, Hertha Berlin have now joined the race for the former Eintracht Frankfurt man, as they are looking to challenge Germany’s traditional top two in Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund with the backing of major investor Lars Windhorst.