AC Milan have got an offer at the ready to send to Real Madrid for striker Luka Jovic, according to a report from Tuttosport.
The Rossoneri have been repeatedly linked with a move for the Serbia international over the past few weeks as they look for a new centre-forward option given the doubts over the future of Zlatan Ibrahimovic.
Tuttosport (via MilanLive) reports how Jovic’s price has dropped compared to the €60million that Real Madrid paid out a year ago to buy him from Eintracht Frankfurt after a season in which he has scored just twice and has made the headlines more for off-field issues.
The paper adds that Milan has the following offer ready: a two-year loan with option to buy set at €35million. This is figure that would allow Real Madrid not to make a loss, given that in two years the 22-year-old will have a value on the balance sheet of just over €20m due to amortisation.
It is an offer that the Rossoneri hope to see accepted even if Los Blancos will try to get more. The difference could be agent Fali Ramadani, who represents Ante Rebic as well as Jovic and has fantastic relations with Milan.