It is always good to hear when football clubs, most especially the big clubs sign good players and in no time, the players seek to want themselves out of the club. Real Madrid is yet to make an impact in the transfer market but the La liga Santander have already started and some key players of the club want their way out.
No one can tell the factors or the reasons behind the decision of the player but according to journalist Roberto Morales, on El Partidazo de COPE, Luka Jovic is pressuring Real Madrid to have himself out of the club as he can no longer stay with Zinedine Zidane and believes that with Frankfurt, he would be back to his normal play and make his impact as a striker.
Jovic was one of the best strikers in recent times and have been very key in the German Bundelsliga for Frankfurt with the scoring of goals before Real Madrid signed him to join the attack.
However, it tings look like the striker failed to impressed the coach as he hardly use him in matches. This could have account for the sudden change in mind of the player.
Jovic have played alongside all the big boys like Ramos, Modric, Marcelo, Benzema, Kross but he thinks leaving the club would help him.
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