24 Apr Luka Jovic transfer information: Barcelona & Real Madrid goal will grow into one of the world’s greatest, states Savo Milosevic
The present head coach of Partizan Belgrade believes an in-demand frontman currently shining at Eintracht Frankfurt to be an”incredible” gift
Barcelona and Real Madrid goal Luka Jovic is a”natural-born killer” who will become one of the greatest strikers in the world, based on Savo Milosevic.
Jovic has been connected by La Liga giants Barca and Madrid after taking Europe by storm this year, scoring 25 goals in all competitions for Eintracht Frankfurt.
Just Bayern Munich star Robert Lewandowski (21) has scored more 2018-19 Bundesliga targets than Jovic (17), whose two-year loan from Portuguese giants Benfica became lasting weekly.
Eintracht are allegedly set to cash in on Jovic gained interest from Barca and Madrid, and 102-moment Serbia global Milosevic, who hails from precisely the exact same town — Bijeljina — because his countryman, insisted that the 21-year-old striker is destined for greatness.
“Luka is extremely, very, very unique. His capability for scoring goals is unbelievable,” Milosevic — currently head coach of side Partizan Belgrade — advised Omnisport.
“From some other place and with any region of the human body, he just senses the objective. He’s a natural-born killer.
“You can’t train a few of those things. You’ve got them not. He’ll be among the greatest strikers in the world in a couple of decades, I don’t have any doubt about it.
“He’s still a child. He’s showing some extraordinary things.”
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Milosevic, who spent some time with Real Zaragoza, Espanyol, Celta Vigo and Osasuna throughout his successful playing career as a striker, added:”Both of those clubs are good for him and he’d be good for Barca or even Madrid.
“It could be a fantastic alternative for any of these 2 clubs.”
Jovic’s aims have helped Eintracht around fourth in the Bundesliga — that the final Champions League qualifying place — since the side prepare to get a blockbuster Europa League semi-final against Chelsea.