Montenegro and Inter Milan striker Stevan Jovetic is primed for a move to French champions AS Monaco, writes French media outlet L’Equipe.
The player was at Stade Louis II on Sunday night to watch his new side dismantle Olympique de Marseille 6-1.
News of the former Manchester City man’s move from San Siro might not come as a surprise; he’s been on the periphery at Inter Milan since joining in 2016 and was unused in their opening two Serie A fixtures against Fiorentina and Roma.
While Kylian Mbappe edges closer to a transfer to Paris Saint-Germain, it appears Stevan Jovetic would not come in as a direct replacement.
Instead, it is thought that Jovetic would replace Valere Germain, who since departed for Olympique de Marseille, as a second-striker.
Stevan Jovetic possess obvious quality, as seen through a stellar international record of 23 goals in 46 appearances, but he has never quite recovered from a succession of injuries that have limited him to just 41 league starts across the past four seasons combined.