They've had the bulk of the title-winning side ripped from them, but Monaco continue to do incredible business in the transfer window.
In quotes reported on Monaco's website, Jovetic said: "I'm very happy to be here".
Montenegro international Jovetic joined Inter from Manchester City on a permanent basis in January after an 18-month loan spell at the Italian club.
"They got to the semi-final of the Champions League and that's a great thing, so I hope we can repeat that this year".
Jovetic, who has signed a four-year deal with Leonardo Jardim's men, started out with Partizan Belgrade before joining Serie A side Fiorentina.
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. Had he remained with the club playing time likely would have been difficult to come by, with captain Mauro Icardi leading the team's striking options. With the aforementioned Mbappe being loaned out to PSG ahead of a big-money deal that's to be completed next summer for financial fair play reasons, the addition of Jovetic addresses an area of need for Monaco.
The latest example of the Principality club's shrewdness in the transfer market is the club's signing of Balde Keita from Lazio.
Hughes has also brought in forward Jese Rodriguez on a season-long loan from Paris Saint-Germain and defender Kurt Zouma on a similar deal from Chelsea.
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