Zidane Set To Ship Off Jovic On Loan Only Two Months After Signing

Real Madrid are reportedly ready to let go former Eintracht Frankfurt striker, Luka Jovic on loan having spent only two months at the Santiago Bernabeu.

Jovic was Zinedine Zidane’s first summer signing costing Madrid £58million as the French gaffer attempted a overhaul and rebuilding of his squad following the loss of talisman, Cristiano Ronaldo and a consequent failures in search of a trophy since then.

Reports in Spain now have it that Zidane has been left unimpressed by the 21 year old Serbian and doubts if he is a good fit for the La Liga.

Marca now reports that the striker might now head out of the Bernabeu on loan.

The Serbian’s start to life with the Spanish giants has been quite difficult to say the least as he picked up an injury in the side’s shock 7-3 pre-season defeat to Atletico Madrid.

Jovic has been deployed as a striker up front where he is expected to team up with Karim Benzema but after failing to register a goal, he can no longer comfortably mount up a case for first choice striker.

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He felt afar off from his performances with Eintracht Frankfurt last season where he notched 27 goals in only 48 appearances.

Added to that, there are also growing reports and rumours that Zidane might as well be on his way out of Real Madrid soonest.

The France World Cup winner is said to be at war with the management of the Galacticos over their failure to land Manchester United midfielder and World Cup Winner, Paul Pogba.

A statement by Spanish journalist to The Independent said:

“Not signing Pogba puts Zidane on the brink of resigning.

“Zidane personally promised Pogba he would bring him to Madrid, and now he is left looking bad.

“This has only increased the lack of confidence between Zidane and Florentino [Perez, Madrid club president].”

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