Official: Serie A confirm ‘definitive’ move to Milan for Jovic – the explanation

By Oliver Fisher -

While waiting for the announcement from the two clubs, Lega Serie A have made it official that Luka Jovic has moved from Fiorentina to AC Milan.

As the tweet below shows, Jovic’s move to AC Milan from Fiorentina is official as the contract of the Serbian centre-forward has been deposited in the final hour of the summer transfer window.

The website claims that it is a ‘definitive’ transfer, but in reality the move to the Rossoneri is on loan for a year. The wording on the Serie A website is due to the fact that the player’s contract expires in June 2024.

However, Fiorentina have the possibility of exercising a two-year renewal option which means that Milan would then have to pay a fee next summer.

UPDATE: Di Marzio is reporting that Jovic has joined the Rossoneri from Fiorentina on a permanent one-year deal with an option for a second year.

Now, we wait for clarification on the exact terms of the deal and of course for the official announcement to come from the Rossoneri and La Viola.

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  1. Let’s go Luka Jovic.
    If he scores more than 3 goals, he’d have a better season than what Milan strikers had combined last year, outside of Giroud.
    Bar is set low sir

  2. If he doesn’t cause any issues in the dressing room, he will be fine.
    He has the skills arguably but the willingness of Fiorentina to get rid of him (despite his good numbers) is worrying.
    Let’s hope he stays professional.
    Very far from the reinforcement we need in this position but given the circumstances he is ok.

  3. I really don’t mind this. If it was to be our starting no.9 for years to come then that doesn’t seem smart….

    …. however for a loan deal, this was a guy that at his best convinced Real to (over)pay 60mn for. Maybe he’s not good enough to justify that fee but he’s not totally useless. And as a backup/rotation option he’s cheap, now acclimatised to Serie A and who knows, might occasionally be good.

    This isn’t as bad a signing as ppl are making out.

    1. Biggest concern is why did Fiorentina get rid of him after 1 season, and for free. He can score goals, but seems he is thrown out of clubs after a season or 2. Not random.

      1. To get rid of his salary is one thing. The other things might be some antics he did, like his ‘provocative’ gesture in one of his goal celebrations. And this kind of interview didn’t help either;

        “Squads bigger than Fiorentina wanted me, but I still decided to come here anyways. Everyone knows that financially, I gave up a lot. I have done it because I think it [Fiorentina] is a good springboard to return to my old fitness and to a great club.”

          1. The short term loan to Frankfurt didn’t have any option to buy clause. It’s more like an attempt from Madrid to get his confidence back.

            After another desperate performance season in season out, finally Madrid really had to get rid of him as he was on a sky ceiling 10 mil annual salary.

  4. There’s a good player in there. He just needs to find him.

    He had a tough time at Madrid and made some odd, but not really bad choices as a young man. Let’s give his personality the benefit of the doubt.

    If all he does is relieve Giroud the weekend before a ULC game, offer fresh legs every now and again, play in the coppa, and score half a dozen goals, he’ll have done his job.

    Let’s go Luka!

  5. He’s better than Origi, thats what really matters. Regarding the attitude, I’m certain that Pioli and the rest of the guys will take care of him.

    Forza Luka!

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