Il Giornale via Goal are reporting that AC Milan have agreed personal terms with Juventus’ outcast attacker Mario Mandzukic for a January transfer. The Croatia international is a World Cup finalist and has featured and scored in the Champions League final for the Bianconeri but currently does not fit in Sarri's plans. The attacker at 33 has played for European giants such as Bayern Munich and Atlético Madrid winning league titles in Italy and Germany. He would add a lot of experience, grit and attitude to the current Milan side giving them some fear factor.
According to Italian newspaper Il Giornale, Mario Mandzukic would have agreed terms with Milan with Juventus' blessing to sell the Croatian to Milan rather than Inter in January pic.twitter.com/gpdLgoox9U— Milan Eye (@MilanEye) October 17, 2019
Manchester United have been monitoring his situation for a while and were considered to be in pole position for this deal however the situation is unclear now. Mandzukic is a player that everyone tends to hate but would love to have because of his ability to rile up his opponents and take advantage of the gaps created. He could be an interesting figure to have at the club to mentor the likes of Rebic and Piatek as well as to support Milan chase of the fourth spot.