Luka did not live up to expectations at Santiago Bernabeu after completing €60 million (£52 million/$65 million) to move to the capital of Spain from Eintracht Frankfurt last summer.
Luka “is depressed and a little scared”
Serbian striker Luka Jovic “is depressed and a little scared” after returning to Real injured, according to his father. He says that the attacker was ready to “go out and be the best” before suffering a fitness setback. Luka did not live up to expectations at Santiago Bernabeu after completing €60 million (£52 million/$65 million) to move to the capital of Spain from Eintracht Frankfurt last summer. The 22-year-old player managed to score only two goals in 24 races in all competitions. And has not yet earned a permanent place in the Zinedine Zidane starting XI. Messages indicating that the Blancos may decide to reduce their losses on the Serbia international. When the transfer market reopens already begun to appear, and its behavior during quarantine has also been called into question.
Jovic is a victim of back luck
Madrid players were instructed to isolate themselves after moving the 2019-20 campaign in March. But Jovic was spotted outside his home shortly after the introduction of new isolation measures. He received another blow on Friday, as the club announced that he had reported a training session with a fractured foot. Which seemed to keep him on the sidelines for at least several weeks. His father, Milan Jovic, now went out to explain how the injury came, insisting that his son was a victim of back luck. Trying to get himself in better shape in anticipation of the proposed renewal of the season in June. “He is depressed and a little scared”. He was exercising at home in Belgrade according to the training program that he received from the club, and during the exercise, he felt severe pain.
“Who could know what was so critical? He was training to be like never before. Go out and be the best – and this is happening now. He added how long the Madrid forward is likely to not act for: “You need to do more full exams to know how much time you should have on vacation”. La Liga clubs have received permission to return to individual training last week. And the remaining fixtures of the season should go further behind closed doors next month.