Juventus star Mario Mandzukic is set for a transition to an anonymous Qatari club, in the wake of dismissing various ideas from the USA’s Major League Soccer. Mandzukic has been regarded as surplus to prerequisites for Maurizio Sarri’s Juve side and the Croatian forward has not been named in I Bianconeri’s matchday squad to confront Fiorentina on Saturday evening. The 33-year-old landed in Italy in 2015 and has been a key figure in Juve’s local achievement lately. He had many appearances with the team.
Since the entry of Sarri, Mandzukic’s job at the Italian club has lessened, and he was therefore cut out from I Bianconeri’s Champions League squad for the up and coming season, nearby Emre Can. The Juve man has not begun both of Juve’s opening matches this season, and his time at the Italian association champions have all the earmarks of being finished.
It had recently been accounted for that the ex-Bayern Munich man had rejected a potential move to Qatar, and appeared to be bound to stay at Juve until January; however, the Croatia International has at long last acknowledged a move away from Turin.