Real Madrid striker Luka Jovic is keen on leaving the club this summer and prefers a move to Italian club Fiorentina.
Fiorentina want Luka Jovic on loan but Real Madrid will only let the striker leave on one condition.
According to FirenzeViola.it, Real Madrid are pushing for the inclusion of an obligation to buy worth around €25 million in a loan deal for Luka Jovic.
Real Madrid are reportedly keen on getting rid of Jovic permanently and now want to add an obligation to buy in the loan deal.
Real Madrid are happy for the €25million fee to be paid in multiple installments.
Fiorentina are yet to accept the request from Real Madrid that an obligation to buy be added to the loan deal for Luka Jovic.
However, there’s a general believe among all the parties involved that the transfer of Jovic to Fiorentina is imminent.
Both clubs continue to work on finding an agreement, with Real Madrid trying to convince La Viola to accept the obligation clause.
Jovic has failed to make a consistent impact in Real Madrid following his highly anticipated €60m move from Eintracht Frankfurt in 2019.
The Serbian international has scored just three La Liga goals for Real Madrid since joining the club three years ago.
Last season, he played a total of 549 minutes, spread out over 19 games and contributed one goal and three assists.