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Monday April 27 2020
Jovetic can flourish at Fiorentina again

When Stevan Jovetic confessed he would love a return to Florence, Richard Hall rekindled his affection for the Montenegro talent.

Could it happen? The thought of it sends a tingle down the spine and that is rare for any transfer rumour. There are many who will argue that Stevan Jovetic’s time in Florence was flawed, but there is evidence to argue against this too. The Montenegrin was sublime at times and is a player who really could get you off your seat, a forward who was captivating, brilliant but yes, okay, frustrating at times also.

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Tuesday April 21 2020
Jovetic: 'Fiorentina my second home'

Stevan Jovetic is disappointed at the way his Inter experience ended, but admits he would love to return to Fiorentina. “It’s my second home and will always be an option.”

The 30-year-old Montenegro international moved to AS Monaco in 2017 for €10.5m, having also played for Partizan Belgrade, Manchester City and Sevilla.

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Friday September 15 2017
Savicevic: ‘Suso like me’

Dejan Savicevic sees Suso as his Milan heir, and reveals he urged Adriano Galliani to sign Stevan Jovetic.

The former Rossoneri attacking midfielder turns 51 today, and he spoke to the club’s official television channel about the current side.

“I haven’t seen the league as much as in recent years,” Savicevic admitted to Milan TV.

“I see the results and the goals, but I haven’t been able to see a Milan match to judge them yet. Milan need to give [Coach Vincenzo] Montella time to build something new.

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Wednesday September 13 2017
Jovetic ‘foresaw’ Monaco move

Ex-Inter attacker Stevan Jovetic claims he foresaw his move to Monaco as “I was talking about them to my girlfriend” before they called him.

Jovetic left Inter to join Monaco towards the end of the summer transfer window, and the Montenegrin believes taking on Kylian Mbappe’s No 10 jersey was fate.

“I’ll tell you a little story,” he told Goal.com.

“I was at Inter and thought about what would happen. I talked to my girlfriend and told her, ‘Monaco are a big club, why haven’t they called me?’

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Thursday September 7 2017
Jovetic: ‘I wanted Champions League’

Stevan Jovetic reveals he could have joined Marseille when leaving Inter, but chose Monaco “for the Champions League”.

The forward joined the Monegasques toward the end of the summer transfer window, and was officially presented in the principality today.

“I also had an offer from Marseille,” Jovetic said.

“I came here for the Champions League and also because of the fact Monaco were champions last season. I’m very happy to be part of this squad.

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Tuesday September 5 2017
Sevilla: ‘Jovetic wages too high’

Sevilla’s President says they worked for “several months” to get Stevan Jovetic from Inter, but were put off by his wages.

The forward spend the second half of last season on loan with the Liga club, but they didn’t activate their €13m option to buy.

Los Rojiblancos tried to negotiate for a lower fee, but the Montenegrin ultimately joined Monaco instead.

“We were negotiating for several months,” Jose Castro said in a Press conference today.

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Thursday August 31 2017
Jovetic Inter farewell message

Stevan Jovetic has taken to social media to thank Inter following his transfer to Monaco.

The Montenegro forward joined the French champions yesterday on a four-year contract, bringing to an end a disappointing spell at the San Siro.

“A new professional adventure has begun. It is important for my career,” Jovetic reflected on his official Instagram account.

“First, though, I want to thank Inter for having given me the chance to wear the shirt.

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Wednesday August 30 2017
Jovetic: ‘Thank you, Inter’

New Monaco signing Stevan Jovetic thanks Inter for “giving me the chance to wear this shirt”.

It was officially confirmed yesterday that the Montenegrin international has joined the Ligue 1 club, and he has bade goodbye to the Nerazzurri on Instagram.

“It’s the start of a new professional adventure, a beautiful and important one for my career,” Jovetic wrote.

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Tuesday August 29 2017
Official: Monaco sign Jovetic

Monaco have officially confirmed the signing of Inter forward Stevan Jovetic on a four-year contract.

The Montenegrin international spent the second half of last season on loan with Sevilla, but was pictured yesterday wearing Kylian Mbappé’s number 10 shirt for the Monegasques.

Today the principality side have officially confirmed his signing, with the fee thought to be around €13m.

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Monday August 28 2017
Jovetic takes Monaco No 10

Inter forward Stevan Jovetic is virtually a Monaco player after he was pictured wearing Kylian Mbappe’s No 10 jersey.

Pictures of Jovetic in Monaco’s strip, presumably from an official photoshoot, emerged on Monday morning.

More intriguing, however, was how the Montenegrin had donned the No 10 – Mbappe’s number.

It has since fuelled speculation that Paris Saint-Germain will sign the teenage forward imminently.

The French champions are understood to have agreed a fee of €11m to sign Jovetic.

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