Real Madrid In principle tomorrow be official
Luka Jovic is already flying to Frankfurt, where to land late at night to start your second career at Eintracht, Where to get on loan without purchase option until the end of the season. The player was not with his teammates since he was low for Pamplona due to an overload and did not go to the Malaga concentration in anticipation that the agreement between clubs would crystallize in these terms.
In principle, the transfer will be made official this Thursday, since the forward will be tomorrow at Frankfurt to pass the medical examination and even be presented again with the club with which he made the leap to Europe. Jovic arrives at a Eintracht which is ninth in the Bundesliga and that he is already eliminated from the German Cup.
The coach of the Eintracht, Adi Htter, declared this Wednesday: “Jovic has done everything possible to be able to come to Frankfurt. The talks were very fruitful. I was very happy when we spoke again. We achieved a special player.” Htter He was his coach in 18-19 and he has not hidden his joy at being able to enjoy it again.
Own Zidane He has stated that they have not yet communicated anything to him about his departure. “He is a player who is still with us. They didn’t tell me anything yet. We’ll see what happens,” which is strange when the player is already sleeping tonight. Germany. And asked what he expected of him when he requested his signing, he added: “He is a striker who scores goals, it is what we want from Luka, but as a striker. He was 21 years old, he was young … We want only that, it is what we want from him. He has not had much luck, he has had difficulty adjusting, injuries … He has to learn many things, but he will always have his qualities. “A message to carry in your suitcase for these five months.
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