Real Madrid are willing to sell striker Luka Jovic and have even fixed an asking price amid links with a move to AC Milan, a report claims.
According to a report on MilanLive – which cites Mundo Deportivo – Jovic is Milan’s primary goal to reinforce the attack. The centre-forward has been unable to establish himself since his €60m move from Eintracht Frankfurt to Los Blancos last summer.
The report claims that Real have even set of asking price of around €50million for the Serbia international, but Milan would like to try get him on loan with an obligation to buy under certain conditions.
The player, who in recent days has suffered an broken foot that will keep him off the pitch for three months, continues to be in the Rossoneri’s orbit – and the outlet even mentions his injury has not put Milan off.
The arrival of Luka Jovic would not rule out Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s stay, but for the Swede the next few days will be decisive.