Serbian international player Luka Jovic, Real Madrid striker, broke quarantine rules in two countries when he traveled from Spain to Serbia.
Jovic, 22, hit the wall, the rules of quarantine that Real Madrid announced to his players, and he returned to Serbia last week to attend the birthday of his 8-year-old girlfriend, the model Sofia Sofia, who is expecting a baby.
Jovic also violated the quarantine in his country when he was seen in the streets of the capital, Belgrade, despite the authorities imposing a quarantine on the arrivals to the country, especially from Spain, which is witnessing an outbreak of Corona virus.
Reports said that the Serbian Interior Minister, Nebojsa Stefanovic, announced that 80 people, including “famous athletes and millionaires, would be interrogated to escape the quarantine imposed on everyone.”
Stefanovic did not refer to the athlete Jovic, but the Serbian press assumes that he was one of the persons referred to, and if the lawsuit is confirmed, Jovic may face a heavy fine, and even prison terms from one to 12 years in accordance with Serbian law.