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Eintracht’s football director: “No agreement with Real Madrid for Jovic yet”

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Fredi Bobic talks to FOX Sports.

Eintracht Frankfurt v FC Internazionale - UEFA Europa League Round of 16: First Leg Photo by Alex Grimm/Getty Images

Eintracht Frankfurt’s football director Fredi Bobic talked to FOX Sports about the future of Serbian attacker Luka Jovic, who is rumored to be on his way to Real Madrid this next summer.

“There’s no agreement right now but it’s true that both clubs are talking. Furthermore, there are many clubs interested in Luka,” said Bobic.

Apparently, Eintracht want to get at least €70 million to let Jovic go, although Madrid don’t want to reach that kind of fee considering that Jovic might not even become a starter next season given how well Benzema has played.

The attacker has completed some brilliant performances this year and seems to be a quality striker who could help the team with his ability to score. Jovic seems to be on Madrid’s radar but Los Blancos might need to make an effort and be willing to spend big money if they want to sign the striker this summer.