U-ball live: Everton are considering the Real Madrid striker to bolster Frank lampard’s attack at Goodison park

2022-05-04 0 By

U-ball Live: Everton are considering a loan move for Luka Jovic from Real Madrid to strengthen Frank Lampard’s attacking options, according to the Telegraph.The Toffees are set to appoint former Chelsea owner Frank lampard as their new manager.Sources claim the Englishman has agreed a two-and-a-half year deal at Goodison Park.Although Everton have yet to officially announce lampard’s arrival, the incoming manager has already lined up his first signing.The Merseyside club are reportedly close to signing Donny van der Beek on loan from Manchester United.However, lampard is keen to strengthen his squad further before the transfer window closes today.According to these sources, Real Madrid striker Jovic has become an option for Everton.The Toffees are reportedly considering extending the Serbian international’s loan deal.Real Madrid are also set to approve a temporary transfer for the striker in the final hours of the transfer window.Everton have signed Anwar Elgazi on loan from Aston Villa this month.With Van der Beek also joining the club on a temporary basis, they cannot loan anyone from the Premiership club.However, teams at Goodison park will still be able to come on loan from clubs outside England.They could take advantage of the situation by signing Real Madrid striker Stevan Jovic.However, it remains to be seen whether they can strike a deal with the Serbs on the sidelines before the transfer window closes.It is unclear whether the player would be interested in a move to Everton, who are currently 16th in the Premier League.Luka Jovic has played 15 games for the Spanish giants so far this season.The 24-year-old found the net just once in those games, providing two assists.The former Eintracht Frankfurt striker does not appear to have played a major role in Carlo Ancelotti’s plans for this season.Real are therefore reportedly ready to move him on loan before the transfer window closes.