Sky: Real Madrid refuse to send €50m Milan target on loan – Rangnick wants him

By Isak Möller -

As Zlatan Ibrahimovic is destined to leave the club, AC Milan are in need of an experienced replacement for next season. It won’t be easy, nor cheap, to replace the Swede but the Rossoneri have seemingly found their man. 

According to Sky Italia this evening, as cited by MilanNews.it, Milan have set their sights on Real Madrid’s Luka Jovic. The Serbian arrived at the club last summer for €60m (via Transfermarkt) but has only managed to add two league goals to his name.

Therefore, considering how well he did at Eintracht Frankfurt, the Rossoneri are eyeing a bargain deal. Real Madrid, though, aren’t willing to send the striker out on loan, currently requesting between €50m and €60m to part ways with him.

Milan’s soon-to-be manager/director, Ralf Rangnick, is fond of Jovic and the latter also played with Ante Rebic during his time at Frankfurt. The successful duo could perhaps reunite at San Siro next season.

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Tags AC Milan Luka Jovic Ralf Rangnick Real Madrid

3 Comments

  1. Martin Bernhard says:

    I’d love to see Jovic join us but at the same time it seems a bit foolish if we splash out 50-55 mil for a player someone else overpaid for. Only way i see him joining us if we then pay lets say 20-25 mil for an expenssive loan with obligation to fully buy for 25 next year + some bonuses in regard of reaching certain set of goals. Real Madrid has been one of the main clubs if not THE club to inflate the market by overpaying for transfers and frankly we or other clubs shouldnt pay the price when their deals turns sour. Anyways doubt this really is the deal as Madrid and Jovic seems destined to part ways as he hasnt performed or behaved accordingly to what they had expected.

  2. Perttu Junnonaho says:

    Nicolas Gonzalez instead, because he”s much cheaper option!

  3. jamiu says:

    Is not for sale

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