Luka Jovic allegedly left his place of residenc in Serbia after coming from a rustic of excessive contagion.© AFP
Real Madrid striker Luka Jovic may face a six-month jail sentence in his native Serbia for allegedly breaching necessary coronavirus self-isolation measures, state prosecutors stated in a press release Friday. In March, the Spanish team allowed the striker to go away Madrid as a way to spend time along with his younger household, however native media reported that the 23-year previous was seen strolling round Belgrade and having fun with drinks with fellow footballers. Serbian prosecutors are asking the court docket for the sentence for “leaving place of residence” despite the fact that he got here from a “country with high virus transmission”.
Under the laws on the time, he was required to self-isolate for 2 weeks.
Prosecutors are bringing the Jovic’s case to court docket after he refused to pay GBP 30,000 ($35,556) for humanitarian functions, a sum that they had advised as a compensation as a way to have the costs dropped.
At the time, Serbian Prime Minister Ana Brnabic lashed out at “footballers that come from abroad” for setting a foul instance, because the Balkan nation was in its first week since declaring a state of emergency to fight the virus.
“They are on multi-million contracts, and they come here and don’t self-isolate. It is something that authorities will deal with,” Brnabic stated.
The Serbia ahead claimed that he examined unfavorable each in Spain and after his arrival in Serbia, including that he hadn’t been given “clear instructions how to behave in self-isolation”.
Jovic moved to Real for 60 million euros (at this time $70 million) in the summertime of 2019 however has failed to determine himself in Zinedine Zidane‘s crew.
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