Real Madrid galacitco wants out immediately after Zidane’s unfair treatment

Real Madrid, Luka Jovic (Photo by David S. Bustamante/Soccrates/Getty Images)
Real Madrid, Luka Jovic (Photo by David S. Bustamante/Soccrates/Getty Images) /

Luka Jovic of Real Madrid is desperate to leave the club this winter as the Serbian has grown frustrated over the lack of minutes since signing last summer.

Real Madrid will not be making any signings this winter transfer market, however, Los Blancos could be considering to offload a few players from their squad. Luka Jovic is one of them. A report from OK Diaro now states that the Serbian himself has gone and conveyed a strong message to Jose Angel Sanchez over the lack of game-time he has received under Zinedine Zidane which has prompted his decision to leave the club.

Jovic was signed in the summer of 2019/20 for 60 million euros, however, the former Eintracht Frankfurt striker has experienced a somewhat cameo role at the Santiago Bernabeu while warming the bench for most fixtures. Having said that, Real have Jovic tied down until 2025, the club does believe in his talents and are willing to rather let the player leave on a loan than a permanent transfer.

Wolverhampton Wanderers, AC Milan, and Eintracht Frankfurt have come knocking on the door for Luka Jovic. With zero goals this season in club football along with a few appearances, Jovic could consider a move out to any of the above-mentioned clubs in a bid to turn a new leaf in his career.

The 23-year-old has registered just two goals for Los Blancos since completing his move in 2019. The Serbian has been a mere shadow of his past form that was on display in Frankfurt. A move out of the club could potentially benefit the talented striker given his potency in front of goal.

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Meanwhile, Real Madrid continues to monitor the situation of Erling Haaland. The club believes that Norwegian would be the ideal signing in 2022 for 75 million euros to replace Karim Benzema who will be 35 then.