Milan, leaders of the Italian Serie A, announced today, Tuesday, that it has signed veteran Croatian striker Mario Mandzukic in a free transfer until the end of the current season.
“AC Milan is pleased to announce the signing of Mario Mandzukic. The club and the player have agreed on a deal until the end of the current season with the option to extend the contract until the following season,” Milan said in a statement.
Mandzukic will wear the No. 9 shirt with his new club.
The 34-year-old has not been associated with any club since last summer, after the mutual termination of his contract with Al-Duhail, Qatar, where he scored one goal in 7 matches.
Prior to that, Mandzukic had tournaments and tours in European stadiums, where he moved between the biggest clubs, and he previously crowned the German League, the European Champions League and the European Super Cup with Bayern Munich, and he also won with Juventus five titles in the Italian League competition, and he had a short experience with Atlético de Madrid were not successful.
At the international level, he reached with his country, Croatia, the final of the World Cup in Russia 2018, in which the French winger won his title.
Source: Milan FC account on Twitter