Furthermore, in Madrid they still trust Jovic, as an authorized source explained to AS: “Luka is at the perfect age to grow as a footballer and as a person, he signed a contract until 2025 and we have him. You can make a list of players who, at 21 or 22, seemed stagnant and who were at the age of 25 top ten worldIt is expected, then, that the former Eintracht, currently two goals in 766 minutes of 3,360 (one fifth) possible, can justify the 60 million paid by him in 2019. The future of Luka Jovic (22 years old) continues to paint white. AS already told on April 12 that Real Madrid has the forward for next season and this newspaper has also been able to know that the club has reassured its footballer recently. The Serbian was transmitted calm and concentration in his work for what is to come.The sports management wanted, through several calls, to send Jovic his position in the team. With the attacker already in Belgrade, Juni Calafat was in charge of conveying to people close to the player a series of guidelines to quell the fire due to his abrupt landing in his country, punctuated by a strong controversy for having skipped the isolation. Age and adaptation period, keysDespite everything, there is a lot of speculation around Jovic. First, for its discreet performance; second, by the many clubs interested in fishing in that troubled river; and third, because Haaland (19) has entered the Bernabéu’s list of objectives with great force. The economic crisis due to the coronavirus, however, is going to tighten the belt in the technical secretariats, and the Norwegian clause of 75 million euros is only effective as of January 2021. Today it has no fixed price and yours is not therefore a simple operation this summer. The intention of the contact was to point out to Jovic that he should get as far away as possible from any media noise. His priority, therefore, in addition to his family, had to be the care of his physique, something that his personal trainer helps him every day of the week, for when the competition returns. Then Zidane will be able to pull him and Madrid has him in his plans for 2020-21. 18
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