Luka Jovic was one of AC Milan’s last-minute signings in the last transfer market, with the Serbian player arriving on loan from Fiorentina with the idea of reinforcing the Rossoneri’s offensive rotation, something that, for the moment, has not had the opportunity to do so due to the lack of minutes.
Despite having been an a priori acquisition validated by coach Stefano Pioli, Jovic has had limited playing time over the past month, accumulating only 38 minutes on the field, something that reveals a new nightmare for the Balkan attacker. , whose price has experienced a significant drop in value since he shone with Eintracht Frankfurt, and Real Madrid paid a considerable fee of 60 million euros for his signing.
No changes on the horizon
For his part, Jovic hopes to find his opportunities at some point during the season to try to recover his best football, something that will be crucial for his immediate future, since otherwise, finding a top club for 2024/2025 could be a task. almost impossible for a player who aimed to dominate Europe and yet is closer today to passing through several clubs without pain or glory.