Eintracht Frankfurt will pay below €7 million to sign Luka Jovic on a permanent deal from Benfica, says club boss Fredi Bobic.
|Fredi Bobic.||Photo: Xuka, Wikimedia Commons, CC BY-SA 3.0|
Eintracht Frankfurt have already expressed their wish to take advantage of a purchase option to tie Benfica loanee Luka Jovic down to a permanent deal.
And, apparently, 'Die Adler' will be able to sign the Bundesliga top scorer for a bargain price.
"It (the purchase option) is below €7 million. That's a good deal," Eintracht Frankfurt board member Fredi Bobic said on the Sky program 'Sky90'.
Jovic is said to have drawn interest from some of Europe's top clubs such as FC Barcelona, Real Madrid, Chelsea and Bayern München, so Frankfurt might decide to sell him on this summer.
At the moment, however, Bobic can't say how much Frankfurt demand to let the striker leave.
"What do I know? We'll see. The sums on the transfer market are hardly tangible," Bobic said.
Jovic, 21, has scored 21 goals in 32 appearances for Frankfurt this season.