Real Madrid striker Luka Jovic turned down offers from West Ham United and Wolverhampton Wanderers to return to Eintracht Frankfurt.
Jovic joined his former club on loan from Real Madrid last week, having endured a torrid time in Spain since moving to Madrid in a £56.7m deal back in July 2019.
He’s made an immediate impact at the German club, with a double on his debut hinting that the loan move may prove very profitable for all parties.
However, it appears that Jovic had other options before moving back to his former club last week.
We’ve already covered a report that West Ham failed to secure his signature, with them hunting for a replacement for Sebastien Haller, and it seems we can now add Wolves to that list.
SportBILD report that they, as well as West Ham and AC Milan, were keen on signing Jovic but the striker only wanted a return to Frankfurt.
That’s let the Premier League pair now looking elsewhere, with the Hammers chasing Sevilla’s Youssef En-Nesyri and Wolves turning their attention for Real Sociedad striker Willan Jose.