Covid: Jovic's controversial trip
The Serbian forward of Real Madrid
faces the request of six months in jail in his country for having violated the self-isolation to avoid the contagion of COVID-19 during the state of alarm last March, according to the Serbian state agency 'Tanjug'.
Prosecutors are asking for a six-month prison sentence for Jovic because
"he did not comply with health protocols after his return from Spain
Under Serbian law, the court must now confirm the accusation made by the prosecution.
In addition, Jovic
had the opportunity to pay a fine of 3.5 million dinars (30,000 euros) that would have prevented further charges
, according to the state broadcaster RTS.
It is expected that this Friday the prosecution will publish more data on the case involving the Real Madrid forward.
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