Jovic on his time at Madrid: "There were injuries and private problems"



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Jovic on his time at Madrid: "There were injuries and private problems"

Luka Jovic is playing great on loan in Frankfurt He didn't play for Real, and he didn't score when he played. In Eintracht, he scored three goals in the first two games, entering the game from the bench. Some famous people welcomed him in Germany, above all Filip Kostić, with whom he has a fantastic collaboration on the field.

He seems to be happier and more satisfied, and he spoke openly about what was bothering him in Spain at a press conference organized by Eintracht just for him. "I had a lot of bad luck in Madrid. There were injuries and private problems, It's my guilt for some of them, for some it's not.

I wanted to come back here and be happy again," the Serbian national team player admitted, adding that it was much easier for the player when he has confidence in the coach and often plays.

Zidane or Hutter

German journalists asked Jovic to compare his work with Zinedine Zidane and Adi Hutter.

"I wouldn't go into details, it's certain that they are both phenomenal coaches. Zidane is a very honest and great man, but I have better communication with Adi because we both speak English. In Spain, I couldn't do that with Zidane, because he doesn't speak English, and I don't speak Spanish.

But they're both great coaches and great people, " Jovic said. The Germans insisted, and many are certainly interested in why the former Red Star football player did not succeed at Real. "I don't have a special answer to that question.

I haven't played much, nor have I had games in continuity and when that is the case, it's hard to get in shape." "Especially for a striker. There is more pressure and it's different. Teams that play against Real Madrid in most cases they defend, and when you have a result then you defend a little too, so there aren't that many goal opportunities."

"It's different here and I felt that a comeback could be the right move at the moment. " The agreement is that Jovic will be in Germany until the end of the season, and he does not know where he will play next.

"At the moment, I am concentrating only on Eintracht and I am thinking of playing as well as possible. I am not looking to the future. The only thing I can say is that I will try to be in a club where I will have a lot of minutes," Jovic announced.

Although he is still a Real player, he does not think that he needs to prove himself further or adapt by learning Spanish. "I don't learn Spanish while I'm in Germany. I started classes in Madrid, but I'm not studying at the moment.

I have nothing to prove to anyone. I know what kind of player I am and what I need to play well. Whoever sees that he will take me. I will be happy when I play. "