Diario Sports journalist, Alejandro Alcazar, said that the bad situation now experienced by Luka Jovic at Real Madrid. The Serbian is in a nightmare and has not woken up from his sleep.
Luka Jovic has indeed become the spotlight among Real Madrid fans and observers in Spain. Because Jovic has not been able to show good performance under an expensive transfer price.
Real Madrid bought Luka Jovic from Eintracht Frankfurt in the 2019 summer transfer window. Los Blancos must pay 60 million euros to get a 21-year-old player service.
Luka Jovic was originally brought in to be able to improve the sharpness of the front lines of Madrid. He was plotted to be a replacement for Karim Benzema. However, its performance is still far from the fire.
Injury and Bad Beginning of Luka Jovic at Real Madrid
Alejandro Alcazar said seeing the situation faced by Luka Jovic was far from ideal. As an attacker, he certainly needs a goal to inspire confidence. Something Jovic hasn’t got.
“Luka Jovic is ‘living in a nightmare’ at Real Madrid because he hasn’t scored since joining this summer,” Alcazar was quoted as saying by Diario Sport.
Alcazar said that from the start Luka Jovic’s steps had been difficult. Because he joined the team in conditions that are not fit. After the 2018/2019 season ended, Jovic first appeared at Euro U-21 before starting the preseason with Real Madrid.
Luka Jovic has been played in seven games by Zinedine Zidane in all competitions. There are no goals yet. Jovic had scored in the match against Osasuna but was ruled out by the referee for being offside.
Nightmare Luka Jovic in the Serbian national team
Luka Jovic’s nightmare continued in the Serbian national team. Not performing optimally at Real Madrid, coach Ljubisa Tumbakovic, then decided to kick Luka Jovic from the Serbian national team. A surprising decision because Jovic has been a mainstay.
However, there are also allegations that Luka Jovic was deliberately not called to the Serbian national team to avoid injury. Because Jovic is now trying to find the best conditions and better if you stay at Real Madrid.
“Statistical records also show that Luka Jovic needed more time to score his first goal and pay the 60 million euros Florentino Perez spent last summer,” Alcazar said.