AC Milan is expected to sign former Juventus forward Mario Mandzukic on a six-month deal.
Since leaving the Qatari side of Al-Duhail in the summer, the 34year old has been a free agent. An agreement for Mandzukic to return to Series A is now in effect, with only the final details to be sorted out before the transfer is made official.
On Monday in Milan, the former Croatian striker, who retired from international duty after reaching the 2018 World Cup final, is expected to sign his deal. \
Although it will initially be a short-term contract until the end of the season, depending on how many appearances he makes before June, there will be the opportunity to extend the deal. Despite Milan’s excellent first half of the season, which sees them three points ahead of the top of Serie A. And seven clear of Juventus with 17 games played. Stefano Pioli has been keen to add reinforcement in the attack.
With 10 goals in six league appearances, Zlatan Ibrahimovic began the season in excellent form. But he missed eight games due to injury between November and January. Last time out, Ibrahimovic made his return late in the 2-0 victory over Torino and is expected to play Monday against Cagliari.