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REAL MADRID backup hitman JOVIC at risk of being arrested in Serbia

20.03.2020 13.39 by Claudio Colla  read 637
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Flown back to his home country, where his little boy lives, Real Madrid and Serbian NT international striker Luka Jovic (22) left Spain two days because his hosting country was on code red alert. Merengues player has been reported by Serbian police, for violating the quarantine twice, and, as pointed by Serbian first minister, Aleksandar Vucic, such a misdemeanour might lead to being arrested.

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