Real Madrid star Luka Jovic is prepared to pay a sum of £27,000 to avert a prison sentence after he fluffed the coronavirus rule.
Jovic travelled to Serbia to visit his family despite warning on the restriction of movement during the lockdown.
His action brought about some consequences on his has he flagged down the coronavirus rule, The Sun report that he has been hit with a £27,000 – roughly half of his weekly wage from Los Blancos – in order to avoid doing any jail time.
Jovic has not hit the height of form he showed at Eintracht Frankfurt despite in his second season at Real Madrid, he has been affected with lack of form, injuries and isolation from the main squad.
Jovic has dropped down from the pecking order at Real Madrid with Mariano Diaz now above the Serbia International under Los Blancos boss Zinedine Zidane, this is evident in the clash against Valencia Diaz was called upon when Benzema suffered an injury in the second half.