Sarri to go all-out for Jovic with £50m offer if Chelsea transfer ban is lifted with Europa League clash his audition
MAURIZIO SARRI is ready to take a very close look at Luka Jovic in the Europa League semi-final, according to reports.
The Serbian striker looks destined to leave Eintracht Frankfurt this summer having been linked with a string of clubs.
Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri will take a very close look at Luka Jovic in the Europa League semi-finals
With Real Madrid and Barcelona apparently no longer willing to meet his price-tag, Chelsea are among the clubs leading the chase.
According to Alfredo Pedulla, Sarri is a huge fan and considers Jovic one of the best strikers in Europe.
The Italian boss is reported to be willing to pay the £50million needed to see him in Blue.
Jovic, 21, has scored 25 goals in all competitions this season and the striker now has the chance to impress Sarri over two legs.
However, Chelsea face one major obstacle – their transfer ban.
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The Blues are waiting to find out if they will be able to buy players this summer after they were barred from Fifa for two windows for breaching regulations over the transfer of players under-18.
The appeal process started on April 11 and is still underway, with a final decision expected in the coming weeks.
According to Football.London, Jovic could be willing to stay in Germany for another season if the club reach the Champions League.