"What's [Luka Jovic's] future? We will see." Reports of Jovic moving to Bayern Munich are picking up pace in Germany. Talking to Sport Sky, Frankfurt's sporting director, Fredi Bobic, has spoken about the interest, making it clear that he doesn't "know what is going on behind my back, I can only say that there's been no contact," with Frankfurt.
The striker has been one of the sensations of the season. Jovic "is developing, is doing well and is scoring a lot of goals," which is why Frankfurt will exercise their option to sign him for 12 million euros from Benfica -- they will then be able to sell him for much more.
With respect to the interest from Europe's biggest clubs (Barcelona included) Bobic is not "worried because first of all we're going to see what we can achieve this season. That's the most important thing." The sporting director knows that he doesn't have to worry about the players future, mainly because Europe's biggest clubs are already targetting him and it will be impossible to keep him at Frankfurt next season.
Jovic has been unstoppable this season. Fifteen goals in 24 Bundesliga games and six in eight in the Europa League have put him firmly on the map. At just 21, his days at Frankfurt are numbered. Where will he play next season? Barça are following closely.