Fredi Bobić, the sports director of Eintracht in Frankfurt, long ago confirmed the news that the German club, which is playing against Benfica in the European League, has launched a $ 6m buyout option clause, and that operation would mean a "winning situation" for these two clubs, as explained in statements by Sport TV, a media partner in this UEFA competition.
"I know Jovic since my 17th year when I was playing in Serbia, and I talked to him when I was in Benfica and realized that he needed change, and in the direction of Benfica there was some understanding. year or two, but everyone will profit. I do not like talking about commissions [Benfica tem mais valia de 20 por cento em futura transferência], but it is a situation for both clubs.
That means Benfica will immediately fit in and wait for the deal between Eintracht and the other club, knowing Jovic is on a list of important European clubs, including Real Madrid, Barcelona and Bayern Munich. The Serb came to Benfica in 2015, left on loan in 2017, made only two matches for the team and never scored a goal but became part of the German side, but scored 34 goals in 67 games (40 goals and 25 goals in this season), having achieved the first goal of Eintrachta in the first stage of the quarterfinals of the European League in Lisbon last Thursday.