Manchester City have joined Chelsea, Barcelona, True Madrid and Bayern Munich in the race to sign Eintracht Frankfurt striker Luka Jovic, according to reports in England.
The Serbian has scored 15 targets in 21 Bundesliga appearances this season, and he is a player that is in higher demand across Europe.
Jovic is presently on loan at Frankfurt from Benfica but his move will be created permanent in the summer time for just £6m.
It will then be up to the German club whether or not they opt to money in and sell on the 21-year-old for a enormous profit.
Reports in Germany had recommended that Chelsea had currently created a £39.5m supply for Jovic, but the Blues’ transfer ban will pretty much definitely halt their pursuit of the Serbian international.
City could take benefit of this in the summer time, even though it is believed they are prioritising a new holding midfielder and a left back just before targeting a striker.