Chelsea Transfer news: £54 million target Luka Jovic told ‘he is ruining’ career in La Liga as summer move to happen!
Chelsea transfer target Luka Jovic is ‘doing a good job of ruining his career’ at Real Madrid, says ex-coach Dragoslav Stepanovic.
It is no secret that Frank Lampard is keen to improve this side with some big time signings, and reports in the media have suggested he will indeed get the £200 million it will take to sign some top-class, big-time names players in the summer, with Jovic on the shopping list.
Jovic joined the Spanish giants last summer after an outstanding campaign with German side Eintracht Frankfurt in which he netted 10 goals in the Europa League including strikes in both legs of the semi-final against the Blues.
However, he has struggled for playing time in Spain with only four La Liga starts so far this season, and according to many reports in the media, he is all set to depart the Spanish giants at the end of the season, with Stamford Bridge his most likely destination.
Now Jovic’s former boss and fellow Serb Stepanovic has slammed the 22-year-old for sabotaging his dreams of making it as a star at the Bernabeu, He said to Kurir: “He is the only man who does 100 per cent to ruin his career.
“Jovic works against himself. He was lucky that Adi Hutter gave him a shot at Eintracht and then made the biggest transfer in Serbia’s history and went to Madrid. I can’t believe what the boy is doing to himself.”
The 22-year-old has scored just two goals in all competitions so far this season. It’s a far cry from the 30 goals he netted last season in the Bundesliga, and The club will then seek to bring in a recognised No9, with Borussia Dortmund’s prolific Erling Haaland believed to be a top target.
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