‘Can the new season start already?’: Real Madrid fans can’t contain their excitement over new signing Luka Jovic after he scores brilliant first competitive goal for Serbia
- Luka Jovic scored his first competitive goal for Serbia on Monday night
- The 21-year-old sealed a £62million move to Real Madrid last week
- Real Madrid supporters cannot wait to see their new striker in action
Real Madrid fans cannot wait for the new season to start after seeing Luka Jovic score his first competitive goal for Serbia on Monday evening.
Jovic, who has joined the Spanish giants for £62million after impressing for Eintracht Frankfurt last season, scored Serbia’s third goal in their 4-1 win over Lithuania as they bid to qualify for Euro 2020.
The Real Madrid new boy bent the ball into the top corner from outside the penalty area to excite supporters of both his country and new club.
Real Madrid’s Luka Jovic celebrates after scoring his first competitive goal for his country
One fan used a Zinedine Zidane GIF to express his excitement after watching Jovic’s goal
Real Madrid fan GullomaH wrote ‘Can the new season start already?’ while Kojo Tagor said ‘We got a true poacher, Madrid will be great again.’
A Barcelona supporter revealed his frustration at his side missing out on Jovic: ‘And this is what the smart people at Barca rejected claiming he didn’t fit their profile of a striker. They prefer a 28yr OLD Rodrigo. Smh.’
Zinedine Zidane’s Real Madrid wasted no time in tying up a deal for the 21-year-old marksman after he netted 17 Bundesliga goals for Frankfurt.
He also helped the German outfit reach the Europa League semi-finals by hitting 10 goals before they were eliminated on penalties by Chelsea.
Frankfurt exercised a clause in their loan deal for Jovic to sign the striker from Benfica for just £6.2m in April before cashing in on the highly-rated forward.
Real Madrid have also concluded deals for Eden Hazard, Eder Militao and Rodrygo this summer.
Manchester United’s Paul Pogba is high up on their wish-list but they may have to sell several stars before making a move for the Frenchman.