Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri has reportedly urged the club’s hierarchy to open talks with Eintracht Frankfort concerning the potential language of Luka Jovic.

The Serbian signed for the Bundesliga facet on a permanent basis for around £7.5m from Benfica earlier this month however it seems that he might be headed for an immediate departure throughout the summer.

According to Alfredo Pedulla, Sarri has been affected with the progress of the shooter over the course of the season and he has urged the board to initiate talks concerning a doable summer move.

However, the young shooter won’t come back on a budget with Frankfort set to demand a fee of around £55m that is over seven times the acquisition value from Benfica.

Jovic has enjoyed a storming season at Frankfort and he has contributed twenty six goals and 6 assists across all competitions. Out of these, one came through a fine glancing header throughout the ecu meeting against Chelsea last night.

As such, he has done no damage to his name with Sarri observation his superior skill in shut quarters however any deal for the Blues might be entirely obsessed on whether or not they will overcome or freeze their two-match transfer ban for the summer.