Luka Jovic prefers a move away from Real Madrid this summer, with Fiorentina emerging as a suitable destination for the former Frankfurt striker
FirenzeViola.it claims that Real Madrid is seeking for a loan agreement for Luka Jovic to include a commitment of about €25 million. The striker from Serbia has been given permission to join La Viola, and Real Madrid has also given the player permission to quit the team this summer.
However, the UEFA Champions League champions had already decided to give the shooter a dry loan to Fiorentina. Currently, it looks that they intend to permanently get rid of the Serb this summer since they have chosen to incorporate a buy-back clause in any future loan agreements.
Los Blancos prefer that the €25 million be paid in several instalments so that the distribution of the transfer price across those payments might potentially amortise the overall worth.
Madrid wants the obligation clause to be a part of the agreement in order to guarantee a modest financial gain on the €60 million investment the Spanish club made in 2019 while retaining the services of the 24-year-old.
Fiorentina may be able to take advantage of the Growth Decree on the forward’s wages by signing a multi-year deal. Although Fiorentina have not yet accepted the offer, there is a sense of impending Jovic’s arrival in Florence among the parties. Real Madrid is seeking to persuade La Viola to accept the commitment clause as the two teams continue to negotiate a deal.
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