More positive improvement comes for Fiorentina’s injured young star, Stevan Jovetic, as the latest report suggested that the player could make his return to the pitch next month after having a long spell on the sideline.
This positive news arrived from Jovetic’s agent, Fali Ramdani, who informed that the player will be checking his injury once again to Germany and should the result is positive, Jovetic should be able to return in April.
On March 10 he’ll visit Germany again,If everything goes like we hope, Stevan will soon be able to work with the group and should be ready to play again in around three weeks.”
This good news is surely something that Fiorentina fans have been waiting since a long time as Jovetic good injured early in the season, which pretty much forced him to be sidelined for months and didn’t able to help his team at all. Many experts also believes that Jojo’s long absent is one of the main key that make the Viola is having such a torrid season, aside from the departure of Cesare Prandelli, who leave the club to coach the Italian national team.
Jovetic caught the eye of football fans from last season when he successfully helped his team beating Liverpool in the Champions League, the fine performance he managed in the previous season made him getting interest from several top clubs such as Manchester United and Barcelona. Unfortunately, this summer, he caught himself a knee injury just before the season started, simply not allowing him to further improve his quality and could pretty much hold his career at least for this season.
Before having a bad injury this year, Jovetic is being touted as one of the best young talent in the Italian league which in the summer was predicted to shine this season along with other young stars such as Alexandre Pato, Javier Pastore and Alexis Sanches. However, with his long layoff this season pretty much mean that the player might need to slowly picked up where he left last season. For the moment, the Viola fans should not be expecting much from Jojo as he must be focusing in regaining his game and match fitness before starting to shine again.