. The club has watched Luka Jovic over 20 times and eager to sign him a contract in the next summer transfer window. If that so, Barcelona will face stern competition for Bayern Munich as they also decided to make a move for the Serbia international player.
The 21-year-old is projected as a replacement for Luis Suarez, who’ll turn 32 very soon. He considered as a good replacement for succeeding in Luis Suarez’s position in the Catalunya squad. Luka Jovic is not Barcelona’s only option for that position. They also are known to keep an eye on Manchester City’s Marcus Rashford. But the latest is seems to be beyond their reach.
Barcelona has ramped up its coverage of Luka Jovic in recent weeks. Goran Vucevic, the club’s scout in Germany and Balkans, and Bojan Krkic have done the majority of the scouting to date.
They are reportedly were left impressed by the striker’s work rate and eye for goal. Following that day, Eric Abidal took the decision to watch him again for Serbia during their recent fixtures against Germany and Portugal. Luka Jovic scored against Germany but he’s not featured in the games against Portugal.
Luka Jovic Want To Move To Camp Nou
Luka Jovic has through hard times in his early days at Benfica, who still own him till this date. His behavior raised some questions at the time, but thankfully he has matured following his move to Germany and after recently becoming a father.
Other than that, Luka Jovic’s agent, Fali Ramdani is also known to have been in contact with Barcelona. He said that the forward mentioned wants to move to Camp Nou but no one at the club or in the player’s camp is prepared to make public comments at this stage.
As mobile slot Malaysia heard before Barcelona will face fierce competition from Bayern Munich. The Bavarian find themselves in a similar condition to Barcelona, who are looking for Luis Suarez’s heir. In the Bayern Munich case, the desperately want to fill a hole after Robert Lewandowski leaves. Niko Kovac, Bayern Munich’s manager is eager to get Luka Jovic, as they’re working together last year. At the time, Niko Kovac was the Eintracht Frankfurt manager, and he is the man behind the signing of the Serbia international on a two-year loan deal in 2017.