Mario Mandzukic has announced his retirement from professional football through a post on Instagram. The historic Croatian striker was without a team after ending his contract with Milan. In this way, one of the players who conquered everything with Juventus and Bayern Munich leaves football. He also played in La Liga, specifically one season at Atletico Madrid, where he won a Spanish Super Cup.
Manduzkic hangs up his boots after playing 508 games at club level, scoring 197 goals and giving up 84 games. As for the Croatian national team, they have played 89 games, scored 33 goals and provided nine assists. With Croatia, his biggest milestone was the world runner-up at the 2018 World Cup in Russia . In addition, he was a three-time Croatian league champion with Dinamo Zagreb .
The attacker won five consecutive scudettos with Juventus (from the 2015-2016 season to the 2019-2020). He previously played in the ranks of Bayern, where he had his greatest success at the title level with two Bundesligas, a Champions League, two German Cups, a German Super Cup, a European Super Cup and a Club World Cup in the two seasons in the team Bavarian.
His time in La Liga is summarized as rojiblanco, where in the league he scored 12 goals in 28 games played in a 2014-2015 season, time that was enough to win over the mattress fans. Also, throughout his career, he has sounded like a possible incorporation to FC Barcelona.