It was reported Los Blancos could go to Jovic’s transition at the end of the season. Possibly as a model in the deal to sign Erling Haaland from Borussia Dortmund.

Luka is in a bit of a crisis

Real Madrid forward Luka Jović “is in a bit of a crisis,” but Aleksander Mitrovic is confident that his Serbia team-mate will improve with a lot of playing time. Jovic came to Santiago Bernabeu last June for a reported €60 million. Scoring 17 goals in the Bundesliga and 10 in the Europa League for Eintracht Frankfurt in the 2018-19 season. However, the 22-year-old striker scored just twice in 24 matches – eight of which left the start – in all games with Madrid, completing 90 minutes only once. It was reported Los Blancos could go to Jovic’s transition at the end of the season, possibly as a model in the deal to sign Erling Haaland from Borussia Dortmund. It is also reported that Arsenal got carried away if Pierre-Emerick Abubameyang leaves Emirates Stadium through the next transfer window.

He needs more time on the pitch

Mitrovic does not doubt that Jović, who has criticized the violation of the self-isolation routine after returning to Serbia during the Covid-19 pandemic, has the opportunity to assess Madrid and believes that he needs a decent run in the Zinedine Zidane’s team. “Jovic is in a bit of a crisis,” Mitrovich told reporters. “When you are a striker, the most important thing is that you are on the field. It is my point of view.” I do not think he has been on the field so much and did not get such a big chance. I was in this situation at Newcastle. You get an opportunity for five, 10, 15, 20 minutes, and during this time, you are trying to do what you should and should not do to show everyone that you are worth it, mainly when you perform in such a big club.

He has everything to be a great striker

You want to do everything, and you burn out in this desire. “I think Luka needs time to be on the field more. I am convinced that with two or three 90-minute games, goals will come, but he is in that situation now, and he must continue to work, believe in himself, train, and everything else will come. When you shake it, it does not go out, and then when it comes, it comes out more than expected. The most important thing is that it works and continues to train, be persistent, and not give up. “I told him a couple of times that he has everything necessary to be a great striker.” The game in Real Madrid also carries more shoe pressure, the responsibility, and all that, but then again, I say, he is young, in front of many seasons and a lot of football.”