Fiorentina have asked Real Madrid to pay half of Luka Jovic’s salary for next season in their quest to sign the player on loan. The Italian side are looking to sharpen their attack in the upcoming season campaign and the Serbian striker has been identified as the perfect fit to bring the desired effect to the club. Jovic has for a while been considered surplus to requirements at Real Madrid and Carlo Ancelotti agrees with the player that it is about time he rebuilds his reputation from the ground up elsewhere.
Arsenal were briefly linked with the striker a few months ago but withdrew from the race after Real Madrid suggested to put unorthodox terms in the loan deal. Jovic is admired by many Arsenal fans mostly because of his physique which make him a feared bully to opposition defenses.
Arsenal have officially released Edu’s son, Luigi Gasper who has been heavily linked with a move to neighboring club Watford. The 19 year old has been at the Arsenal Academy for the past three years but unfortunately failed his trials that would have guaranteed his promotion to the U21 squad. Watford immediately opened talks with the player after they heard that the Gunners were releasing him from the Hale End Academy.
It is not quite clear at the moment whether the midfielder will join the senior team or the junior team but a deal is imminent nonetheless. He has already said his goodbyes to his teammates and informed them of his quest to try out greener pastures elsewhere so that he can one day follow in his father’s footsteps.
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