Real Madrid have completed the signing of the talented Luka Jovic from Eintracht Frankfurt for a fee rumoured to be around €60 million according to Sky Sports News.
Jovic has scored 27 goals and has also managed 6 assists in 47 appearances in all competitions this season, with him only being behind Paco Alcacer and Robert Lewandowski in the Bundesliga top scorer charts.
The Serbian had only made his move to Frankfurt permanent last month, when the German outfit bought him for €12 million from Benfica, after activating a purchase option in his two-year loan deal.
If the recent news that has emerged from Sky Sports News is true, then Frankfurt have made a whopping €48 million profit from the transfer of Jovic, in under a month, as the Serbian seems to be on his way to Real Madrid.
Even though Karim Benzema has put out some very impressive performances in what has been a dreadful Real Madrid team this season, Jovic is seen as the future, with him only being 21-years-old, and having a bright future ahead of him.
Jovic will become Zinedine Zidane's second major signing of the summer, after Los Blancos completed the signing of Porto and Brazil centre back Eder Militao for €50 million back in March, as the Frenchman seeks to completely rebuild his side.