Jovic: “I remain optimistic that everything will work out at Real Madrid”

Jovic: “I remain optimistic that everything will work out at Real Madrid”

Luka Jovic, a brand-new signing from Eintracht Frankfurt on loan until the end of the season, gave his first interview after his return to the Hessian city. The player owned by Real Madrid was happy to return to what was his home from 2017 to 2019, revealed that he did not stop following the games of his former team and, also, was excited to return to Real Madrid in the summer to convince Zidane and gain a foothold in the eleven. In the Eintracht media, the Serbian spoke about the following topics:

Sensations: “I feel phenomenal and I am more than happy to return to Eintracht, a team that gave me so much. It will be an honor to wear the Eintracht shirt in the coming months.”

Reasons for the return: “I have returned for the simple reason that, since then, I have carried Eintracht in my heart. I established a very special bond. I think it is the right step at this point in my career.”

Longings: “Honestly, I have missed a lot of things since I left. I was always aware of the team and the games I was playing while I was away and I am very happy to have been able to come back. It is understood that I will do my best to help the team.”

Stage in Madrid: “As a player, I have evolved without any doubt. You have to bear in mind that I have not played regularly for a year and a half and that I will need time to get back on track. I was able to train alongside the best players in the world in the Real and I remain optimistic that everything will work out well. ”

Contact: “It is clear that I maintained the relationship with a number of players, we were in constant contact. Recently, shortly before I could carry out the operation, I also had conversations with everyone. I have the feeling that they are glad that he has returned.”

Reception: “My motivation is the same as on my first day as an eagle. At the same time I will try to overshadow the past and try to start over from scratch to help the team meet the objectives.”

Message: “It is a pity that the fans cannot go to the stadium. However, they can be sure that I will give one hundred percent for the team, as I always did.”

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