In recent weeks, AC Milan have been linked with Luka Jovic. The Real Madrid man has only scored two goals in 24 appearances this season, certainly not living up to the €60m that the Bernabeu side paid last summer.
According to Claudio Raimondi of SportMediaset (via MilanNews.it), the rumours linking Jovic with Milan are gathering more and more steam. The Serbian is keen on a move to the Rossoneri, which could be useful for the latter.
Napoli, who thus far have always been one step ahead, seem to have taken note of the player’s will. Per the reporter, Milan are ready to offer €35m plus bonuses for the striker, leveraging his will to wear the red and black shirt.
Real Madrid initially only wanted to loan out Jovic, having paid €60m for him just last summer. However, president Perez now wants to make cash as an attempt to sign Erling Braut Haaland will be made in the summer.