The globally known football club Real Madrid has added one more talent to its squad as this time the club has roped in Serbian superstar Luka Jovic who played as a striker for German club Eintracht Frankfurt. Madrid signed the 21-year-old young footballer for the next six seasons, till June 30, 2025. Though the Frankfurt FC did not reveal any financial detail on which Jovic transferred to Real Madrid but the officials have only unveiled that the offer was too good for the player that he could not resist.
The Spaniard club said on the joining of Serbian footballer Jovic, “Real Madrid and Eintracht Frankfurt have agreed on the transfer of Luka Jovic, subject to a medical” while sporting director of Frankfurt FC, Fredi Bobic said on the loss of their star player, In sporting terms, Luka Jovic is a big loss for us. It was clear that we would not be able to turn down offers of a certain size”.
Jovic joined the Germany club Eintracht Frankfurt in June 2017 for two seasons and he made a total of five appearances for the club in which he led the squad to 2017–18 DFB-Pokal victory. Later in 2018, he became the youngest player of the club to bag five consecutive goals in a Bundesliga game against Fortuna Düsseldorf. In that match, Frankfurt won by 7-1 with the help of Jovic. Not only this, during the time of Europa League 2019, the Serb scored the lone goal for his squad against strong opponents Inter Milan which ultimately lead the Germans to a 1-0 victory. With this, Frankfurt reached the quarter-finals of Europa League 2018-19.
On the front of Luka’s international career, he made a total of 13 appearances for Serbian national squad in which he also smashed a brilliant hat-trick against Croatia in a 4-1 win for U-17 Serbian squad. After this, the star striker also paved his way to Serbia’s preliminary squad for FIFA World Cup 2018 in May.
Earlier in last month the Zinedine Zidane’s men lost their 2019 La Liga title against real Betis by 2-0 in front of the home crowd at Santiago Bernabeu. Betis squad defeated the Vikings with the help of blazing strikes from Loren Moron and Jese Rodriguez.