Eintracht Frankfurt may have to let Luka Jovic go in case of an 'extremely big' offer, says Fredi Bobic.
|Fredi Bobic.||Photo: Xuka, Wikimedia Commons, CC BY-SA 3.0|
Luka Jovic has attracted interest from some of Europe's top clubs with his performances for Eintracht Frankfurt this season.
Eintracht Frankfurt boss Fredi Bobic is hopeful the striker will stay, but is aware that it may be hard to hold on to him.
"It's clear that renowned clubs are interested in him - we know that. But still, we won't give up our faith and fight. We would be happy if Luka would keep playing for us. We're playing an excellent season," Bobic told RTL.
"If something extremely big comes around the corner - which is currently not the case - we might lose him. There are clubs that can simply guarantee that you can play in the Champions League every year," he added.
Bild recently quoted Jovic's father, Milan Jovic, as saying that the striker isn't interested in a move to Barcelona and prefers to stay at Frankfurt.
However, apparently, Milan Jovic has since backed down on his comments in a conversation with Bobic.
"I talked to Luka's father today, and he said to me, 'Fredi, I didn't say it in that way'," Bobic said.