AC Milan are considering two factors before pulling the trigger on a deal to sign Mario Mandzukic, according to a report.
As we reported earlier via our correspondent Pietro Balzano Prota, confirmations regarding the Mandzukic rumours have arrived and Milan are considering a contract until June.
Not only that, but it would be a six-month deal with the possibility of discussing it again at the end of the season, meaning he could become a valuable deputy to Ibrahimovic for the time being and a back-up for next season, but also potentially his replacement depending on how things pan out.
According to MilanNews, evaluations are underway by the Milan management and recruitment team on the Croatia international. The player has been offered to the Rossoneri, who are thinking about his physical condition and the impact he could have in the dressing room.
It would be a six-month contract with a low salary compared to the standards of recent years.