West Ham United and Tottenham Hotspur are ‘interested in taking over’ the services of Luka Jović, according to Fichajes.net.
Having arrived at the Bernabéu from Eintracht Frankfurt in 2019, the 24-year-old has struggled to shine for Real Madrid.
The striker has not enjoyed a good campaign so far under Carlo Ancelotti’s orders as he has managed 473 minutes of action from 17 matches, which doesn’t include even a single league start.
It’s claimed the Serbia international is living ‘last months’ as Los Blancos player, and the report further adds he is ‘fed up’ with his situation at Real Madrid and wants a move away from the club ‘as soon as possible’.
The situation around Jović has caused clubs in England to take notice, which is when the Hammers and Spurs are tagged as these two clubs have an interest in him.
Both London clubs have an advantage since Real Madrid want the Serbian to leave them since he is not included in Ancelotti’s plans next season, and, to do that, they would provide ‘all kinds of facilities’ in the summer.
Apart from West Ham and Tottenham, Arsenal are also mentioned, as Fichajes.net state these three sides will ‘fight for Luka Jović’ in the next window.