Real Madrid are willing to listen to offers for striker Luka Jovic leave in the upcoming window, according to reports.
The Serbian striker signed in a reported €60million (£53m) deal last summer after an impressive season for Eintracht Frankfurt but has struggled for opportunities under Zinedine Zidane.
He has only played 770 minutes all campaign – with a total of 16 LaLiga appearances.
Real Madrid are willing to listen to offers for striker Luka Jovic leave in the upcoming window
Spanish newspaper Marca reported on Wednesday morning that Jovic had been put up for sale
And in that time, Jovic has only managed to bag two goals for the Spanish giants. That compares poorly to his 27 in all competitions for Frankfurt last season.
Now Spanish newspaper Marca are reporting that Real are willing to sell him in the summer.
The Wednesday edition of the paper’s front cover suggests they are unconvinced about his future at the Santiago Bernabeu.
The striker has struggled for minutes under Real manager Zinedine Zidane this season
Jovic is not likely to be unavailable for Real’s game against Alaves on Friday night after being forced to go into self-isolation.
A friend of the 22-year-old tested positive for coronavirus recently and Jovic had been in contact with him.
While his own test came back negative, Spanish law dictates that he has to undergo a period of self-isolation.
It is unclear whether he will be available for their game against Granada just three days after the Alaves clash.
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