French champions AS Monaco have signed striker Stevan Jovetic from Italy’s Inter Milan on a four-year contract for an undisclosed fee, the Ligue 1 and Serie A clubs said on Tuesday.Montenegro international Jovetic joined Inter Milan from Manchester City on a permanent basis in January after an 18-month loan spell at the Italian club.The 27-year-old spent the latter half of last season on loan at La Liga side Sevilla, where he scored seven goals and provided five assists in 24 appearances for the Spanish club.?????? RT et follow @AS_Monaco pour tenter de gagner le maillot ddicac de @sjovetic ! #WelcomeToMonaco pic.twitter.com/YJ8gtc0YF2- AS Monaco ???? (@AS_Monaco) August 29, 2017AS Monaco are proud to announce the signing of @sjovetic until 2021 ! #WelcomeToMonaco pic.twitter.com/iivaUgLYfi- AS Monaco EN (@AS_Monaco_EN) August 29, 2017?? Suivez Stevan Jovetic sur ses rseaux ???? @sjovetic ?? https://t.co/Oj51WJRSWH ??? https://t.co/2gF20rHBxK pic.twitter.com/R6ykHAPorn- AS Monaco ???? (@AS_Monaco) August 29, 2017″I’m very happy to be here. AS Monaco is a big club that played in the semi-finals of the Champions League and won the French title last season. There are some great players on this team,” Jovetic told Monaco’s website.French media reports say that Jovetic could replace Monaco’s young striker Kylian Mbappe, who is close to joining French league rivals Paris St Germain.Jovetic becomes Monaco’s ninth signing of the summer after the arrival of midfielders Youri Tielemans and Soualiho Meite and defender Terence Kongolo.