Real Madrid castaway Luka Jovic has actually gone back to Eintracht Frankfurt on loan up until completion of the season.
The Serbian striker, who relocated to Santiago Bernabeu from Deutsche Bank Park for EUR60 million (₤ 53.5 m/$ 73m in the summer season of 2019, will see out the rest of the existing project in Germany, without any choice to purchase consisted of in the last arrangement.
Jovic developed himself as one of the most respected strikers in the Bundesliga throughout his very first spell with Frankfurt however has actually had a hard time to measure up to the very same high requirements in the Spanish capital.
The 23-year-old has actually just scored two times in 32 video games for Madrid to date and has actually been limited to simply 5 looks for the club under Zinedine Zidane in 2020-21.
He will now intend to discover his finest type in familiar environments, with Frankfurt sporting director Fredi Bobic thrilled to see a talismanic figure backtrack his actions after a discouraging duration in La Liga.
“Luka didn’t have a simple time in Madrid just recently. It is very important for him to return on track. It was his fantastic desire to go back to Eintracht,” Bobic said at Jovic’s unveiling on Thursday.
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“Luka can utilize the next couple of months to discover his method back to old strength in a familiar environment. Real Madrid understands that he remains in excellent hands with us which he can establish here.
“And it is clear to us that we have another excellent option in the storm centre.”
Jovic might be in line to include when Frankfurt play host to Schalke in the Bundesliga on Sunday night.
Adi Hutter’s side is presently being in ninth in the German top-flight, simply 5 points adrift of the Champions League locations, however they were knocked out of the DFB Pokal at the 2nd round phase after suffering a 4-1 knocking at the hands of Bayer Leverkusen on Tuesday.
Frankfurt fans will hope that Jovic can assist fire the group back into Europe come May, at which point he will make his method back to Madrid, where he is still under agreement up until 2025.