Real Madrid's £62 Million Signing Luka Jovic Could Be Sent Out On Loan
Luka Jovic could be sent out on loan from Real Madrid, just two months after securing a £62 million move to Spain, that's according to reports in his home country.
The former Eintracht Frankfurt striker impressed on loan from Benfica last season in both the Bundesliga and Europa League and secured a big money move to Real at the beginning of the summer.
However according to reports in Serbia, via Marca, the £62 million striker could soon be sent out on loan with Zinedine Zidane reportedly not convinced by the forward.
Jovic was one the big name signings that Los Blancos made on the back of an extremely disappointing 2018/19 season, that saw them sack two managers before returning to Zidane.
As well as the striker they also signed Eden Hazard from Chelsea, defenders Eder Militao and Ferland Mendy, from Porto and Lyon respectively, and winger Rodrygo signed, after agreeing his move last year.
The big moves were in answer to the club being knocked out of the Champions League last 16 by Ajax, having the title for previous three years, and finishing third in La Liga.
Jovic signed a six year deal at the Bernabeu but his integration into the team has been dealt a blow in pre-season after he picked up an injury in Real's 7-3 loss to Atletico in a friendly.
Zidane has always been a huge fan of Karim Benzema so despite the big fee paid for the former Frankfurt striker it was always a big question whether he could force his way into the starting XI straight away.
Sending the Serbian out on loan would seem like a strange move from Real, having spent so much money for the young striker, with questions still remaining about the squad.
The 13 time Champions League winners have been consistently linked with Neymar this summer and last week were reportedly close to a deal with PSG that would see Luka Modric go to France.
Gareth Bale, James Rodriguez and Mariano are also reportedly available for sale and could go before the European transfer window closes.
How will Real Madrid get on this summer?